What is full colour printing?
Full colour printing is almost always used when there are a lot of colours within a design. Pictures are for example a design with a lot of colours. Full colour exists of the following colours: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key (black). The colours are being mixed while printing, so almost any colour can be realized while using CMYK.
What is pantone printing?
Pantone colours are often used when a design only contains 1 to 4 colours. Pantone colours have a unique code within the Panton matching system (PMS), so that the result of colours used is always the same. PMS is mainly used for: Letterheads, envelopes, business cards and compliment cards.
Which material can I choose?
Wood-free offset paper stock is the most popular letterheads stock in the market. It is suitable for laser and inkjet printing machines and perfectly writable as well! This paper has a very white appearance, which makes it perfect for your corporate stationery. Wood-free Offset Letterheads stock is available in 80gsm, 90gsm, 100gsm and 120gsm paper.
This premium letterhead stock is chlorine free bleached (TCF) paper with a unique, natural uncoated feel, ensuring your stylish appearance. It is...
What is this product exactly? And what can I use it for?
Letterheads are made of writable, printable, unfolded paper. Letterheads are available in mutiple paper-types and thicknesses. This results in the option for you to choose the product that fits your likes and needs and which fits your companies' identity. You can print your own logo and design on the letterheads to give them a professional and outstanding look!
This product is used to / as:
Serve as paper for outgoing mail
Serve as billing paper
Serve as printing paper
What is the fastest possible turnaround?
The fastest possible turnaround for Letterheads is:
To make sure that your order is delivered at the indicated time, it is important that we receive your file with your design for the product, on time (also called cut-off time). In this way the product can be put into production on time. The deadline is always communicated in the yellow bar on the product page, above the "Add to shopping cart" button.
The cut-off time for your printed item may vary. This depends on the c...