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Envelope Formats

Envelopes for correspondence are available in numerous sizes; the most common are presented in this diagram. To find out the complete range of envelopes produced by Fedrigoni, consult the Century swatch book.

The structure of a folder

The structure of a folder is associated, as always, with the different type of contents and their quantity: for example, it may have an extra pocket to hold a notepad or a slot containing a business card or a pendrive. To produce a folder, a specific die cutter...

Colorimetric profiles

Whatever the choice of paper, the use of the related colorimetric profile, available in the download area of the site:, will allow photographs and illustrations to be treated to ensure that they have the best print quality.

Pantone Matching System

Many companies use colour as one of the main elements in their identity. It is therefore very important to ensure this is consistent in the printing stage. The most common reference system for offset printing is the Pantone Matching System: through a sampler of inks,...

The production of lined boxes

The production of lined stiff boxes is rather similar to that of hardback binding: in short, the process involves joining elements in stiff board by using a paper lining. Flexibility at the corners is ensured by the lining material, which must be very resistant, as...

Leaflet types

Depending on the type and sequence of folds, it is possible to create very different items with all kinds of dimensions. The simplest fold is the four page (or two flap), which only requires one fold. Two or three folds generate three or four flap leaflets, which can...

Packaging for cases

Once printed and creased, cases can be delivered flat for final packaging: this minimizes the space required and makes transport easier. Moreover, packaging machinery can mount and fill them automatically.

Label application

The technology used to apply the label to the recipient also determines the nature of the paper. The traditional “wet glue” method requires papers with good resistance to absorption on the rear. On the other hand, more recent labelling machines require self-adhesive...