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Printed Paxton Net2 Prox Cards - full colour, double sided

Printed Paxton Net2 Prox Cards - full colour, double sided

Printed Paxton Net2 Prox Cards - full colour, double sided

£366.00 £439.20 (inc. VAT)
Printed Paxton Net2 Proximity Cards, full colour on both sides. Brand your own entry cards for your Paxton Net2 Access System. Prices from 100 cards.
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Printed Paxton Net2 Proximity Cards. Branded in full colour on both sides to your own design

Fully customised cards for use with the Paxton Net2 Access System.

These cards are Paxton 692-500 Proximity Cards, branded to your requirements. Ideal for membership cards or temporary visitor badges. They can be personalised with unique membership numbers or names for example, or choose to include a signature strip. Please contact us for details.

The Card Network is an authorised Paxton reseller.

Special requirements for your cards? Please get in touch, we'll be happy to discuss your project.


No designer to set your artwork for you? No problem. We offer an Artworking Service for just £25.

Change of Design

You can print more than one design in the same run for £25 per extra design. Ask us for a custom quote.

Ready to order your Printed Paxton Net2 Cards?

Simply go straight to checkout. You don't need to upload your artwork yet - we'll get in touch as soon as we receive your order to go through the next steps.

  • Technology:
  • Stock Availability:
    Custom made
  • Features Available:
    Barcodes/QR Codes, Personalisation, Signature Panel, Magstripe, Spot Varnish
  • Design Change Available?:
    Yes - £25 per design
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Helpful Guides

Artwork Guide - if you're setting your own artwork
Please follow our Printed Plastic Cards Artwork Guide.

General Ordering Guide - What to Expect
Ordering Guide

Things to consider when choosing Matt or Gloss Print
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