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What do the terms 4/0 and 4/4 refer to?
4/0 refers to printing full color on one side of the printed sheet. This side represents the front cover, back cover, and pockets of a CD folder once finished. On the other hand, 4/4 refers to printing full color on both sides of the printed sheet. In this case you can customize the front cover, back cover, pockets, and the area above the pockets on the inside of the folder.
The proof for my DVD folder looks blurry. Will it print that way?
No. The emailed proofs only show how the graphics align on the folder. The final print is much sharper, as long as vector or high-resolution graphics have been used in your design file. You will be contacted if your graphics appear to be at too low a resolution. If you have any concerns, please feel free to ask us a question.
Which parts of the CD and DVD folders can I customize?
All sides of the folders are fully customizable. One side of the printed sheet represents the front cover, back cover, and pockets of a presentation folder once finished. The other side of the printed sheet will cover the area above the pockets on the inside of the folder and the area inside the pockets.
How many pockets can I have on my custom DVD folders?
When designing a two panel folder, you can have zero, one, or two pockets. On three panel folders, you can have up to three pockets. We do recommend including a spine if you plan to insert a large number of sheets in the pockets.
How many panels can my custom CD folders have?
Two and three panel folders are the most common. However, depending on the size of each panel, you may be able to have more panels if needed. Please consult with your account representative for the most cost effective solution to fit your budget.
What shapes do panels have to be?
While rectangular panels are the most common, we can add any custom die cut shape to the folder panels. Please indicate any specific requirements in your quote request.
What does the term 'spine' mean?
A spine is an added space in the center crease of the folders to accommodate a large number of sheets that need to be placed in the presentation folder. A spine can also be added to the pockets in order to provide additional space.
Can you send me samples of your folders?
We can send samples of our recent print orders. Please submit a sample request and our sales representative will be in touch so that appropriate samples can be sent.
Custom CD & DVD Pocket Folder
If you have a CD ready for distribution but are in search of an appropriate cover for the purpose, then getting a custom CD file folder printed would be a great idea. This is the preeminent way to market your compact discs. They are imprinted with four or more panels scored and folded. CD cases are different from jackets or sleeves in a way that they are manufactured especially and printed for holding more than one disc at a time.
The DVD presentation folders let you to publicize a digital presentation of your products and services. By using DVD folders, you can provide your customers with comprehensive information they need regarding your business in order to make a good purchasing decision. A CD and DVD file folder comes printed with a custom CD pocket for efficiently holding your disc.
We print them by making use of full color CMYK/PMS (Pantone Matching System) printing process on 12 Point Cover (C1S)/100lb cover stock with the options of spot UV coating and foil stamping on request. We exclusively offer free design template to all our valued customers. Our range of assorted designs is so attractive that they will leave you confused about selection. Before the final shipment, each of printed flash drive CD folders is hand checked to ensure standards.
White: SBS (C2S), Uncoated
Textured & Linen Stock
Stock Thickness: 12pt, 14pt, Custom
Lamination: Gloss, Matte, Sandy Matte, Soft Touch, Pattern
Coating: Gloss AQ, Satin, Varnish, Spot UV, Flood UV
Custom Sized Pockets
Business Card Slits
CD Slit or Brochure Slit