New QSL design

Needed to order some new QSLs so invested a bit of time to do a new design, too. QSO details are printed directly onto the card (up to 5 QSOs per card as currently configured) using DF3CB’s BV7, alternatively I can also put labels onto them but the direct printing works very well and saves a lot of time. After some experiments with different types of printers I can whole-harted recommend HP’s LaserJet Pro P1102 … it has printed 15.000 cards already and is still going strong without any service needs. 😎

Front showing the scenery of our VHF portable contesting site

Backside (background image depictures the world-famous DH8BQA sequencer)

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