QR CODES

we at My Bakersfield Printer can create a unique QR code for you and you will be able to use it right away.

QR codes start at just $5each for single line text or any website link, complete price list below.

A QR Code (it stands for “Quick Response”) is a mobile phone readable barcode that can store website URL’s, plain text, phone numbers, email addresses and pretty much any other alphanumeric data.

We can generator either dynamic or static QR codes for immediate use.

Storing up to 4296 characters they are internationally standardized under ISO 18004, so a QR code is a QR code all over the world – they’ve been big in Japan forever, broke into Europe and the UK a few years back, and are now popular in North America.

Think “print-based hypertext links” and you’ll get the idea.

100% Ad Free QR Codes

Our QR codes are guaranteed 100% ad-free, so you can get on with promoting your product without someone else’s brand getting in the way.  By the way, if you do see an ad after scanning one of our QR codes, the scanning app that you’re using put it there.

Our QR Codes can be used for any of the following information: Website URL, YouTube Video, Image File, PDF File, Google Maps Location, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, FourSquare, App Store Download, iTunes Link, Dropbox, Plain Text, Telephone Number, Skype Call, SMS Message, Email Address, Email Message, Contact Details, Digital Business Card, Event (VCALENDAR), Wifi Login (Android Only), Paypal Buy Now Link, Bitcoin

$5 Website URL, YouTube Video,  Google Maps Location, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, FourSquare, iTunes Link, Dropbox, Plain Text, Telephone Number, Skype Call, Email Address, Bitcoin

$6 App Store Download, Wifi Login (Android Only)

$6.50 SMS Message, Email Message, Event (VCALENDAR)

$7 Contact Details

$8 Paypal Buy Now Link

Monthly Fee

$6 a month for Image File or PDF File

$7.50 a month for a Digital Business Card

 


At My Bakersfield Printer, we generate QR Codes in ways that most of the other places on the internet overlook.Not everyone is happy with only having a handful of data types to choose from, and just being able to create a puny little QR code image file that’s only good for pinning to a web page, so we’ve extended the possibilities to include innovative ways to get the QR Code you need out into the “real world” where it can actually work for you:

  • Create QR Codes for well over 20 data types and smartphone actions
  • Unlike most other QR code generators we don’t force you to use our URL shortener.
  • Generate QR Codes in printable formats – either a single code or as an array of codes – and then you print them out yourself.
  • Generate a QR Code and then email it to someone.
  • Generate QR Codes that are good enough to use as artwork for a t-shirt, Posters, business.

About Our QR Codes

We don’t use the Google Charts API for QR Code generation – we’ve gone to the trouble of building and developing a custom ISO-compliant alogorithm – so we aren’t bound by the data type, image size and resolution limits imposed by other sites that use somebody else’s third-party generator as their back-end.

We do QR codes for a living and have been at the fore-front of QR code technology since we started in late 2007.

The specifications for our generated QR Codes are:

  • Content dependent automatic array sizing between 21×21 modules (Version 1) and 117×117 modules (Version 25). Please Note: 33×33 modules (Version 4) is the usual maximum workable limit of camera phone based scanning systems.
  • Maximum theoretical data capacity for alphanumeric data encoding of 4096 characters
  • “Quiet Zone” border width of 4 modules or 4% of symbol width, whichever is greater
  • Shortened URL encoding for dynamic QR codes based on our very own www.qrs.ly domain.
  • SMS encoding limited to messages of <140 characters.
  • Support for Level L, M, Q and H Reed-Solomon error correction.
  • JIS X 0510 and ISO/IEC 18004:2006 compliant
  • Full UTF-8 character encoding support
  • VCARD 2.0 and VACAL 2.0 compliant
  • FNC1 indicators in accordance with the UCC/EAN Application Identifiers data format requirements where applicable
  • Symbol rotation and structured append not supported