So I have this 125khz RFID card and I would like to punch a hole in it so I can have a thin string go through it, making my card to be able to hang from my neck.
Though I have no experience in punching hole to any sort of card, not mentioning an RFID one.
Is it possible to punch a hole through the RFID card and still have it work properly?
How should I punch a hole through the RFID card safely, easily and using some cheap accessible tools (list of alternative ways to punch a hole into RFID card is welcomed)
In the picture below, you can see my RFID card in front of a light source, showing the antenna. On the picture, I put a green circle to the place where I need the hole to be (though I can make the hole a little bit smaller as long as a double-string can pass through). Is that a safe distance? Is the whole too big? Is there a chance that it will break the card?
Note: please make your answers to be understandable for an average person like me (who is not deep into this field yet)
Thanks to @Passerby for the answer. I suggest using the heated needle method if you have a needle lying around somewhere and don't have any special tools. I can confirm that it works perfectly (see image below)