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FAQ

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What’s the difference between an MDF display and a cardboard one?

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In principle we can indicate the cardboard as perishable material, therefore suitable for displays for short-term promotions. MDF is catalogued as a durable material, suitable for displays which need long-term positioning and to be recharged several times at the point of sale. The care with which they are treated, the weight of the products loaded, and the foresight during the movements are further significant variables regarding their correct use and durability over time.

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How can I send the displays to points of sale?

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You can send displays mainly in two ways: disassembled, single-copy packaged in a packing box and possibly placed on a cardboard pallet to be moved with a pallet truck during transport. Alternatively they can travel already assembled, sometimes loaded with your products, positioned on a pallet to measure and protected with an American cap.

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I have got a new product to be launched onto the market, can you think of the packaging?

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Absolutely yes, our experience is at your service to dress your products: we make tailor-made packaging, we identify materials and finishes that mostly satisfy your tastes and we realize a packaging of effective promotional communication.

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Can I see a sample of the product I want before saying it’s okay?

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Certainly. It is our practice to make a prototype to test the choice of materials, verify the dimensions, carry out any load tests and product storage. It will go into production only after your vision and final confirmation.

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What’s the MDF?

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MDF is the acronym of Medium-Density Fiberboard. It’s composed of glue and woods of different fine-grained species. It is a resistant material, suitable for shaping and creating structures that can hold much weight.

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What type of cardboard do you work?

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We generally identify the type of cardboard that performs better according to the product to be made. The range we offer includes: stretched cardboard in different finishes and weights, kk cardboard, F wave cardboard, micro-wave cardboard, low-wave cardboard, micro-triple cardboard and alveolar cardboard; we can evaluate further solutions based on specific customer requests.

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On which media can you print?

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A blueprint is a print in real format of the file acquired before proceeding with the creation of the product: it’s used to verify that every graphic and textual effect is correctly positioned and is the only valid document during production and post-production. It’s a print that has no chromatic significance. If you want to have a feedback about colors, a contract color proof will be required to have an answer as faithful as possible to the final printing yield.

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What is a blueprint?

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A blueprint is a print in real format of the file acquired before proceeding with the creation of the product: it’s used to verify that every graphic and textual effect is correctly positioned and is the only valid document during production and post-production. It’s a print that has no chromatic significance. If you want to have a feedback about colors, a contract color proof will be required to have an answer as faithful as possible to the final printing yield.

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What is a stochastic screen?

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It is a type of screen in which the dots are arranged in an irregular manner and not according to the geometric lattice of the traditional screen. It is optimal for images that need high quality reproduction and details such as photographs and works of art. Furthermore, the pseudo-random modulation of the point allows the elimination of the moiré effect. With stochastic screen we print at 20 microns, reaching up to 10 microns for very specific jobs.

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What kind of printing do you use?

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We prefer offset printing that guarantees high quality, color fidelity and optimization for medium-high runs. We offer digital printing for small quantities.

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