adhesive film

The advertising department:


incorporating your existing logo into a new image
g designing new text layouts
g designing logos
g presenting your brand on lorries and banners: via mail, fax, colour
g incorporating your own design
g painting and/or printing the final design
g producing self-adhesive letters for placement on fixed constructions
g placing self-adhesive letters

        g Methods employed:
g painting                         
g inkjet
g scotchprint
g self-adhesive letters
g reflective solutions

What is the best way to submit your advertisement or request?

g Designing and/or realising the text/logo:

g If you don't have a clue about where to begin, the first contact our advertisement representative.
g In case of text design, clearly state all the details that will have to appear on the tarpaulin.
g You can also submit any font and colour that you might have in mind.
g Provide colour references such as RAL or Pantone number, adhesive tape code (Avery, Macal, etc.), Sikkenscode, but no printing code (CMYK, RGB, etc)
g Text with logo: A letterhead or your company card is sufficient for making the logo. Tiny print or design faults, which are not noticeable in a smaller version, could be noticeably disturbing when enlarged. Therefore, you should always check your logo very carefully and record any possible comments.
g If your logo or design is already made on a computer, you can submit this in a universal format such as *.psd, *.tif, *.bmp,*.eps,*.ai,*.cdr or *.pdf. The most suitable vector formats for painting are *.eps, *.cdr and *.ai. When using these vector formats it is recommended to convert the text into lines (vector images) or to send a print in order to check the placement and the correct fonts.
g Cd, dvd, ftp-server and e-mail can be used as medium on the condition that a PC can read the format. For uploading your specifications to our ftp-server, please ask us for our address and login code.

g Printed matter:
g The files should be submitted by means of CD, DVD or ftp-server in a universal format such as psd, tif, bmp, eps, ai, cdr, pdf (PC readable).
g Recommended resolution of the full-size images:

           * smaller than 1m²: 600 to at least 200 dpi
           * between 1 en 5m²: 200 to at least 100 dpi
           * between 5 en 10m²: 100 to at least 70 dpi
           * between 10 en 50m²: 70 to at least 50 dpi
           * between 50 en 100m²: 50 to at least 35 dpi

g The aforementioned resolutions are of no relevance for vector images.

g Always send a colour print according to the right colours that you want. If that's not possible, you can provide Pantone references.




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