Unsere Hartschaumplatte (5mm) ist besonders für die Anwendung im Innenbereich geeignet. Aufgrund des leichten Materials und der stabilen Oberfläche werden Hartschaumplatten gerne im Messebau und der Werbebranche verwendet.
What to consider when sending the files:
The resolution should be at least 75 dpi to max. 150 dpi. Very large files can be created on a scale of 1:10, with a resolution of at least 750 dpi to 1500 dpi.
Please pay attention to the resolution of the images when exporting to PDF, as the default setting is usually automatically set to 300 dpi.
The margins of the fonts and image elements should be at least 5 cm from the edge.
This is important to avoid overlapping due to eyelets, hems, etc.
Always create your print data without bleed or crop marks in the ordered final format.
Please make sure that you create your file in such a way that everything is visible and legible even at a good distance.
Use a minimum size of 2.8 pt. for lines, otherwise an optimal display cannot be guaranteed.
We gladly accept files in PDF format, here it is important that fonts are converted into paths so that the correct font remains.
RAL, HKS or Pantone shades cannot always be matched 100% in four-colour digital printing (CMYK). Tell us the special colour you want and we will approximate it as best we can.
Special colours such as gold and silver cannot be printed in four-colour digital printing (CMYK).
We support the following file formats:
- (.pdf)|PDF/X-3 Standard
- (.jpg)|Image formats
When creating .jpg files, please always save them with the highest quality settings. Please always save files from Adobe Photoshop or GIMP as .jpg files.
For files from Adobe InDesign, please pay attention to the PDF export settings. The files are otherwise very large.
CMYK colour space with the colour profiles: COATED FOGRA 39, COATED FOGRA 27 or ISO COATED V2.
Please create deep black in CMYK colour tone 85/85/70/100.
In the online shop you can insert PDF, PNG, EPS, JPG, SVG, TIF print data, or send afterwards by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the corresponding CMD number.