Rollup Panel 85x205cm plus Print and Nylonbag for only 129 € including value added tax, print-ready PDFs to our specifications is required.

Here a few technical information:

Resolution of pictures:

For professional printing we will need at least 300dpi(dots per inch) in full-tone and half-tone separations, and at least 600dpi for Line-art. If the pictures need to be enlarged the resolution has to be even higher.


Bleed is a printing term that is used to describe a document which has images or elements that touch the edge of the page, extending beyond the trim edge and leaving no white margin. When a document has bleed, it must be printed on a larger sheet of paper and then trimed down.

Crop Marks

Crop marks, also known as trim marks, are lines printed in the corners of your publication’s sheet or sheets of paper to show the printer where to trim the paper. They are used by commercial printers for creating bleeds where an image or color on the page needs to extend all the way to the edge of the paper.


CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow and key(black) and is the color profile used in print. CMYK color is created using a subtractive process. This means that each additional color means more light is removed to create it. When C, M, and Y are combined, you will not achieve pure black, but rather a dark brown color. K is used to completely remove the light from the printed picture, which the eye sees as black.

Corporate Design

A corporate design is the official graphical design of the logo and name of a company or institution used on letterheads, envelopes, forms, folders, brochures, etc. The house style is created in such a way that all the elements are arranged in a distinctive design and pattern. This includes dictating what ink pantones should be used in the coloring, and what typefaces. Governments may have corporate designs as well. On June 2, 1999, the German federal cabinet introduced a corporate design for the flag of Germany. The term ‘corporate design’ is not the name of a specific design profession. Corporations do have special design needs based on their behaviors. They communicate their mission, objectives, needs, and product information — with users, clients, or members; with suppliers, distributors, service providers; with the surrounding community and the media; with financial institutions and other corporations, and with the state. They create, acquire, modify, organize and distribute large amounts of information and raw data, as well as goods and services.