Everything You Need To Know About Printed Lanyards

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    Printed lanyards are typically made of polyester, nylon, or cotton and
    are of a flat braid tubing. This style of lanyard provides ample flat
    surface area for the placement of names, logos, slogans, or symbols.
    There are thousands of businesses that specialize in the production
    and printing of lanyards. Printing techniques vary from a hot stamp
    (basic quality) and silk screen (medium quality) to a more costly dye
    sublimation process that results in a premium quality print. Printed
    lanyards are also available in a wide variety of patterns including
    leopard print and cow print. The standard width of printed lanyards is
    3/8", 5/8", ?" or 1".

    For those who desire a lanyard made from a material other than
    polyester, nylon, or cotton, there is a wide variety of other material
    to choose from. Atypical lanyard materials include PVC, fleece, denim,
    satin, and leather.

    Printed lanyards are typically inexpensive and, if purchased in great
    quantity, they are available for as little as a few cents per piece.
    Individuals are able to choose the length, color, width, material, and
    customization of their printed lanyard. As common sense would dictate,
    the intricacy or amount of print has a large affect on the final price
    of the lanyard.

    There is a high demand for printed lanyards and a large number of
    companies that supply them. Most businesses are able to accept an
    order for a printed lanyard and produce and ship it to the buyer
    within one to three business days.

    When choosing a printed lanyard there are many decisions to make. In
    addition to selecting a specific style, it is important to decide on
    the best type of device to secure the object. Some examples of
    attachment hardware are swivel hooks, key rings, and badge holders.
    Typically the object to be secured will dictate which device should be
    used. For example, most appropriate for securing keys would be a key
    ring or split ring. It is extremely important to choose a high quality
    device when securing an object of importance.


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