FAQ: Print data & Production

We need printable pdf files from you for the printing of the cover, the front and end leaves as well as for your own note pattern or advertising pages. The same is true for the application of a logo or motif in a silkscreen or offset print. To make sure that your print data is in the correct format, we will send you the appropriate format templates as soon as possible. For the debossing and engraving of your company logo or a motif, we need a vectorised .eps or .ai file.

You can send data volumes of up to approx. 15 MB direct per email to your brandbook contact person. For larger data volumes, we recommend that you use our Upload Function. Otherwise, you can put the data on a server of your choice and send us the corresponding download link per e-mail.

Of course! All the data that you transfer will be checked for certain criteria by our graphic team. Before printing, different aspects will be checked, such as: do the page formats fit, is all the lettering embedded, are colours properly set up, do the documents have bleed marks and bleeds and have the adhesive edges been taken into consideration for advertising pages. For debossing, we pay careful attention for example, that the graphics are vectorised, the placement is correctly specified and the debossing is not covered up by the elastic strip. Should we discover that your data is not optimal or contains mistakes, we will let you know what has to be corrected. If needed, we will be happy to support you with this.

Together with the confirmation of your order, you will receive a final visualisation of the book for your approval. The book production will only start when everything meets the specifications of your concept.

If you need help, please contact us. Our graphic team will be happy to support you with the layout and visualisations of your book and the preparation of the print template.

As soon as you have received the confirmation of your order and you have approved it, we begin the production. We will gladly try and realise your requests for modifications or changes. But depending on the stage of production, this can involve additional costs or a possible later delivery date.