individuell perforiertes Papier - weitere Informationen zur Konfiguration
Please use this selection field to tell us which paper we can perforate for you. The listed standards are available. Other paper types can be processed, but are not stock items and must be ordered first. If you have a color fan, you can determine the color shade relatively accurately using the Pantone specifications:
Pastel color paper, brand Clairefontaine
So far, we only have small stocks of these papers in grammage 120g/m². For order quantities of 5,000 sheets or more, the delivery time for these papers is correspondingly higher. We order for you according to your needs.
The fine microperforation ensures that their paper labels have smooth and clean edges. Before separating, we recommend briefly creasing the paper so that it does not tear. Alternatively, you can select the perforation type "2:1 line perforation", here 2 parts of paper are cut, one remains - this ensures easy tear-off of the paper labels, as known for example from tickets.
How many cross perforation-lines?
Bitte teilen Sie uns mit, über wie viele Querperforationen das Papier verfügen soll. Wir gehen von einem hochkant liegenden DIN A4 Blatt aus. Querperforation meint die horizontal verlaufenden Linien - parallel zur kurzen Seite des DIN A4 Papiers.
Wie viele Längsperforationen?
Tell us how many cross perforations you would like the paper to have. We assume a DIN A4 sheet lying on edge. Cross perforation means the lines running horizontally - parallel to the short side of the DIN A4 paper.
Spacing of the lines
We need detailed and clear information about the course of the lines and the distances of the lines from each other or from the edge of the sheet to produce perforated paper. The configuration tool is intended to provide you with a very simple way to create the format. However, you are of course free to decide how to communicate these dimensions to us, so you are also welcome to mail us a sketch - but it should be clear and take into account the technical limitations of our machines. This means: at least 10mm distance of the lines to the edge and between the lines, max. 10 lines lengthwise, max. 15 lines crosswise, no offset perforation but only continuous perforation lines from the very right to the left and from the very top to the bottom).