It interferes directly with the weight and defines the volume of the final product (this aspect must be considered mainly for Post Office-based services).
It can help or hinder printing or the quality of the final product. Paper with very smooth surfaces (e.g. matte couché) requires a little more time in the drying process.
Attention! Occasionally, there are differences between paper types produced by each manufacturer, and variations may occur even on papers of the same grammage.
It is important to know how to choose the best format for your printing, and save on the budget! The optimal use of paper is very important at the time of budgeting.
Describe with as much detail as possible the characteristics of your service, such as format, colour, type of paper, type of finishing, etc. (If you have difficulties, ask for the help of the person in charge of the sector, or send a printed copy of your graphic project together with the budget request).
When you receive your budget proposal, please double-check to see if the data matches your request. If there are any differences, tell the budget sector immediately and request a new route.
Specify the deadline for delivery and the best way to receive your material (the amount of prints per package, place of delivery, etc.).
Remember that the service order is only registered with the approval of the budget proposal (via fax or e-mail).
The budget proposal has an expiration date: stay sharp!