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Pakenditööstus provides printing services

Updated: Dec 7, 2023

Print, printed matter, or printed work is a product made by means of a printing technique and a publication reproduced by means of a printing technique (Vikipedia). Examples of printed matter are: books, magazines, newspapers, pamphlets, brochures, information materials, business cards, repro etc. A very versatile and broad field.

There are different requirements for printing which it is advisable to follow and be aware of:

  • there are different printing technologies: digital printing, offset printing, etc.

  • print file: the print file is usually a PDF, according to the standard), preferably preflight-checked with Adobe Acrobat Pro or PitStop software. It is advisable to indicate in the file name the image format and how much bleed space has been left.

  • pre-press: files are checked for compliance with printing specifications and, if everything is in order, the order goes to print.

  • transport of files: files are sent to the project manager by email.

  • design of the print file: the client submits the (designed) print file requested in the order.

  • fonts: font types must be correctly included or converted into objects.

  • bleed: is necessary to prevent the appearance of a white surface caused by folding, binding, cutting, etc., due to misalignment. Bleed must be taken into account when preparing the design file for the publication, when positioning details, when framing photographs, otherwise something important may be lost during cutting or post-processing. Bleed margin is necessary for all backgrounds, images or any objects that extend to the edge of the print. In addition, care must be taken to ensure that important elements of the print are no closer than 3-5mm to the edge. The slightest tolerances in post-processing will reveal variations when parallel lines are close to the edge of the page.

  • overprinting: objects are superimposed on top of objects underneath the print, overprinting black text, lines and small objects is desirable.

  • staple binding: you have to take into account the shifting of the pages, depending on the paper and the number of pages.

  • adhesive binding: the spine of the print must also be taken into account and, if necessary, designed separately. The thickness of the spine depends on the thickness of the paper, the appropriate spine thickness must be calculated for the specific cover paper chosen and the number of pages of the content paper.

  • spiral binding and comb binding: it should be noted that the spiral edge of the print is perforated.

  • die-cut: the drawing must be vector - line and definitely do not make the die-cut as a picture. Use a continuous line: red is a cut, green is a groove and yellow is a perfo. The die-cut consists of a single three-page file or three separate files showing only the die-cut, the die-cut with print and the print file. We strongly recommend that you check the presence of a bleed.

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Pakenditööstus OÜ offers printing services.

Pakenditööstus OÜ offers a wide range of packaging, boxes, paper bags, packaging envelopes and pallets. In addition to a large printing production, Pakenditööstus OÜ is also the owner of a new warehouse with great facilities. We have a wide range of warehouse services and e-shop support services.

Read more about packaging materials and packaging in Pakenditööstus OÜ's blog.

Be sure to check out the Pakenditindustrie YouTube channel.

Also visit the website of Pakenditööstus OÜ's subsidiary Pakendi OÜ.

Get in touch and discover how Pakenditööstus OÜ can help you stand out through packaging!

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