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Photographers working in a dark room used these for extra precise cuts. Pros โ€” This cheaper method is good because the cards will still shuffle well in the sleeves and they cost less. You inspired me to get my next almost fully tested card game done by a print-on-demand service. However, this corner cutter still saves a lot of time for those of us that cut out cards manually. However, my cards were very detailed see image for this post and took a lot more ink to print. It will look better and be more attractive to publishers and playtesters. I either go for the quick and dirty with paper cards inserted into sleeves over Magic Lands or other disposable cards or I go for the full monty and pay a print-on-demand service to make my cards. Though I do recommend using a local printer if you only want to print out a few pages of cards. Everytime I walk by one of those refillable tank printers at the store, I contemplate how well they work. My thoughts โ€” Use the less expensive method for early on prototyping. And then I finish cutting the cards and forget about it until a couple of weeks go by and I am cutting out more cards. You just refill ink with bottles instead of buying expensive cartridges. It works really well for the small time investment. I have also seen people spray their cards after printing them step 2 of this process. The typical spray that is used to coat the cards is Acrylic Adhesive spray. This is awesome and helpful info Jimmy. I really liked the way your game looked. That gives me a bit more of a reason to consider investing in one myself. And I noticed that they had rounded corners. When I first started printing my own card games. Cons โ€” The cards look worse when there is an old Magic the Gathering card behind them and the paper is seethrough. I immediately purchased a corner cutter and have enjoyed the feel of the cards much more since. Get the answers to many questions new board game designers have here. What if you use blank playing cards not plastic coated what kind of printer would you use as they are so small? So I would rather get the adjustable one shown in the picture or link below. But as I went through years and years of trial and error. If so, what did you think of them? They have a somewhat dull look to the front of them. There are a lot of creative people out there that started making card games with notecards and a pen. My preference is to simply sleeve the cards. The blank playing cards are normally used to write and draw on by hand.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I have seen board game designers really impressed with this electrical card cutter. Or pages of plain black and white. It is a good one but there have been times where I wished I could adjust the size of the cut. I never knew there was such a thing as a corner cutter. But I could see a day where I invest in a Rotatrim like this. There are many to choose from, but I linked this one because it is the one I want to buy next. I love the feel of sleeved cards. Thanks Chris! The one I have been using is this one. Save time on cutting the cards and use that time on playtesting! Related Reading: Introduce a family or friend to these fun and easy to learn board games. But I wanted this part to stand out because I think the cards look and feel much better when the corners have been cut. So I probably only got about pages per cartridge. The Cricut Explore Air 2 machine will automatically cut out your cards for you based on the template you have set. And then place your thin paper cards in front of them. If I had some big projects that required precision or if I had a child and I wanted them to be safer working on projects with me. Related โ€” Almost everything you need to know about making a professional looking prototype. I have seen other people post about how much they like their paper cutter. I like this because it blocks glare on the cards. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I have seen and tried many different ways to print card games at home. Related โ€” Ever thought about making a board game? I found better tools to use to print out my own card games. While there are many other methods out there to print your own playing cards. But if you find yourself cutting out a lot of items and need it to be precise, then this is the best there is. I look forward to seeing what you have found useful in making your cards at home as well. But something seemed offโ€ฆ. Or when I am writing an article about it. Also Read โ€” Craft the perfect pitch to entice playtesters to test out your prototype. I thought your prototype of Shootout! Well, to be honest I could still see through them a little if I held them up to a light. I really like having the card protectors and I think the cards feel good in them. I can see where that would make a difference. But I want to show you the way I like best. I started a lot of my prototypes out like that too sleeves over tcg cards. I know that is how I started. Have you tried putting your cards in the card protector sleeves yet? Thanks for sharing. Mainly because I make so many balance changes to my games that I am constantly printing and cutting out the new cards. I remember using one of these in my college Photography classes. It makes the colors pop more and gives them a protective coating. And how much time their paper cutter saves them. If you are needing to shuffle your cards, then I still would recommend using card sleeves as seen above. A laminator seems like it would be good to help protect items like this. And just so you know. Pretty neat idea. But that is still way better than having to print them at a local print shop like Office Depot. This is another reason I like them sleeved. I also give my cards, before I cut, a light coat of clear spray poly. Something my friend sometimes has to do in a bind at a convention. Your cards will feel much more like actual playing cards with thick card stock. This is what one person highly recommended if you want to laminate your prototype. However, if you are really happy with where your card game is, then it seems like it could be nice to laminate them. Thanks for the suggestion on the laminator, Santiago, I may try this on some of my future prototype pieces. Epson ecotank. The box of ink that I buy says it can print about pages of color colored cards. See also โ€” 5 ways to make your prototype more entertaining and fun. I would cut out my cards and start shuffling them. But feel free to use whichever card sleeves you want. It has worked great. I also use a ink jet printer. This made my cards not fit into the sleeves without cutting the corners. Just be sure to get the right size. So if you like printing out a lot of cards, then I think you would really thank yourself if you got one of these. It was really nice but I never realized how expensive they were! Related: You might also like reading our interview with a board game manufacturer. Especially since I am sloppy with scissors. I really like the corner cutter. This is the method I have found to be most efficient while still looking and feeling professional.