This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Thu, May 30 2019 11:30 AM UTC +00:00.
Hi, my name is Roman, and I'm an Aviation Engineer. I graduated from The Aero-Space University and worked several years in this industry. More than year ago, i had a great idea - to create carbon fiber playing cards (CFPC). After many months of laboratory experiments, researching, and prototyping I invented my own unique technological production process of perfect quality carbon fiber sheets. Every sheet is laminated separately. It gives better possibility of controlling every card quality.
Next is precision printing with durable and high adhesive ink.
The cutting of each card is created by using computerized numerical controlled milling machine.
As a result - I introduce you Carbon Fiber Playing Cards.
There are two version of the cards available: the deck, printed with using yellow and gray ink, and the deck, printed with using a special ink which looks like gold and silver. Each color was chosen especially for the exclusive self-projected design of the cards images.
In every deck, besides 54 poker-sized cards, you will get two gift cards. One Tool Card with much useful information such as: converting miles to kilometers, US gallons to litters, inch and centimeter rules and others. And one Thanksgiving Card with gratitude to every baker.
I already have all the necessary machines and equipment for carbon fiber sheets production. But I must still contact and work with other companies who print and cut cards for me. I hope you can help to bring project Carbon Fiber Playing Cards to life. It will gives me the possibility of buying other required machines and equipment. As a result – controlling card quality on every production step from the idea to the final product.
Risks and challenges
Production line of carbon fiber sheets is ready. Shipping time can depend on two things: delivery time of machines, equipment, and materials from the sellers to the manufacture, and delivery time of rewards to the bakers. All these risks are included in the counting of the estimated delivery time.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter