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D.O RFID Releases Plastic RFID Cards
D.O RFID, a China-based company, has announced the release of its plastic RFID cards. According to the company, the plastic in its RFID cards enables it to customize the cards according to a customer's specific needs. The cards are designed to be durable and offer a long lifespan.
The basic material used in the cards is PVC plastic, according to D.O RFID. The company prints various kinds of cards, such as business cards, gift cards, membership cards, loyalty cards and more. The company says it can make cards according to a customer's coloring scheme and shape requirements.
D.O RFID's Combo plastic card can be used for advertisement and as a loyalty card. The cards are made from the 30-mil plastic and are suitable for use with gym and club memberships, as well as at grocery stores, malls, hotels and restaurants. In addition, the cards can enable customers to check in and out of a facility. Applications include access control, employee attendance tracking, employee identification, ticket reading and more.
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