Finally new QSL cards has arrived. Myself and other local hams have been very impressed with the high quality of these cards. I promised in a previous post to give a final opinion on IT9EJW products quality. It’s a 5/5 stars. List of world wide QSL Printers
Price for 1500 QSL cards has been 100 Euros P&P included. Delivery time since order has been aprox 1 month.
Last friday I’ve been able to send out my QSL cards for QSO I’ve done in these months. In order to speed up the process I’ve used the BV7 label program by DF3CB, I’ve choosed that program among a list of QSL Software.
Is really well done label printing program develobed by hams for hams, it allow import of ADIF log files, and allow to use standard label sheet papers sizes, or to create custom one. I choosed the second way. The program includes a graphical drawing interface where you can draw the content of your label, choose custom graphic, or add or remove fields.
It works correctly with multiples QSOs, and can manage several QSL Manager databases, where you can lookup for missing managaers in case you forgot it in your logging program. I’m currently using Ham Radio Deluxe, and this cool freeware currently lack of a label printing feature. Now I’m looking to see what will be the QSL sent/returned ratio.
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