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Documents in RGB mode are automatically converted into CMYK mode. We assume no liability for resulting colour differences. Please note in the case of special colours: in order to avoid choppy and patchy areas, the areas in which another process colour is placed over the special colour (CMYK) must be laid out in a sparing manner and without overprinting.
Use the current ICC profile of the ECI. In the case of printing on coated paper (e.g. photo printing paper) ISO coated v2 ECI or ISO coated v2 300% ECI (reduces the maximum colour application automatically to a maximum of 300%).
If you do not have this profile installed yet, you can download it at www.eci.org. Please also ensure that the colour settings of your graphic and image processing program match those of your layout program and Adobe Acrobat.
Notes on offset printing:
In the case of special colours such as HKS or pantone, please set up the data in the corresponding special colour.
In the case of 4-colour motifs, set up the print data in CMYK mode (not in RGB mode).
Notes on digital printing:
Some models can include digitally printed advertising material. Special colours and print coating are not possible with digital printing.
Special colours such as HKS or pantone will be adjusted from the Euroscale (CMYK); therefore, there may be colour differences in comparison with the original print colour. For digital data, please set up the colours strictly in CMYK mode in your printing data. We are happy to check whether your advertising material/motifs are suitable for digital printing.
We accept open data from Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop up to version CS6 and CoreDraw up to version X7.
All necessary font types, logos and images must be attached.
Please send the print data as an attachment to email@example.com.
Please include your order number in the email subject line.
Sending data on storage media (CD, DVD) with the order number easily visible.
You can also combine several orders on one CD/DVD.
Create a separate folder containing the relevant print data.
You can upload the print data immediately following the ordering process, or later via your customer account.
The individual file size should not exceed 20 MB.
You can have the print data checked for colour consistency for a fee.
For this purpose, we create a standardised print sample of your order that you must return to us with a signature to give approval.