For optimal quality, full-screen background images should have a resolution of at least. Have 300 dpi. (image dimensions of about 1800 x 1200 px)
Frequently asked questions
Questions about our offer and printing QSL cards
We use a matt, coated paper with a grammage of 250 g/m² for printing.
Do you have special requests for printing, such as individual finishes?
Contact us and we will be happy to help you.
The QSL cards have a size of 140 x 90 mm. The decision to use this size was made in 1984 by the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU).
In principle, independent printing should be possible without any problems. However, we assume no liability for damage.
Yes, you can simply upload your created design to the configurator, or you can send us an email in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note the following printing specifications:
- Export as .jpg
- Pictures at least 300 dpi
- CMYK color mode
- Document format: 142mm x 92mm
Templates to download
Instructions for creating a QSL card design with the free graphics program GIMP can be found here.
We offer printing of our QSL cards under the following conditions (including VAT):
100 pieces – 50,90 €
250 pieces – 58,90 €
500 pieces – 69,90 €
1000 pieces – 88,90 €
2500 pieces – 134,90 €
Larger quantities on request!
Yes, if you are already a customer of ours and would like to reprint the exact same QSL cards, you can simply have the cards reprinted. Order using the following link and save 10%.
Questions about shipping
All prices are incl. Packaging and shipping (within Germany).
A flat shipping fee applies for shipping abroad.
The delivery time within Germany is around 4-5 working days. Deliveries within other European countries also take 1-3 days longer, depending on the delivery location.
No, unfortunately we do not send the packages to packing stations.
Our QSL cards can currently be sent within Germany and to Austria, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Poland, France, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
For Swiss customers, there are providers who provide a German delivery address.
Either close to the border to collect yourself or with further customs clearance in Switzerland for a small surcharge, e.g.:
General questions about QSL cards
QSL cards have a format similar to a postcard and are used by radio amateurs to confirm successfully established connections. All important information about the established radio connection is entered and sent on the cards.
There are practically no restrictions on the design of the front of the QSL card and it can be designed according to your own ideas.
In the online editor you can easily design and order the cards yourself without any knowledge of graphics programs.
Alternatively, you can choose from a large selection of templates and customize them yourself with your own data.