F.A.Q.

What our clients say about our work

During the last period of the joint activity the relationship between the two companies has always been distinguished with correctness and were of a very high professional level. From our mutual working experience we can say that in "Europrint  ...

What types of paper there are?
The variety of papers produced in the world is very big. There are many principles on the basis of which the various papers can be divided: By weight per square meter from 45g to 400 grams; By means of production: Hand or machine By paper type: offset,...

Basic formats / dimensions of paper?
The variety of formats of the papers is immense. Each country over time created their own standard by which they worked. It was important to design machines to  minimize the losses upon the production of various publications. The biggest industrial c...

What is CMYK? Or Vierfarben?

CMYK colour model is used in the printing industry and is a mode to print colour images. It is an abbreviation of the basic four colours used Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black. It is also used name Vierfarben (four colours) This colour model is used in offset as well as in digital printing.


What for are the pantone colours?
In order the colours to be more bright and more attractive different systems of colours (Pantone, HKS, RAW) are used. In these systems, the colours have certain numbers that always correspond to the particular colour. To these numbers are added and lett...

What is UV varnish?
Varnish of the print media is used to highlight certain elements, extending life of the product and enhancing its luxury. UV varnish can be matt or gloss. Matt varnishing gives the printed sheet smooth and sophisticated look. This type of varnishing &qu...

What is a vector format and how it can serve us?
Vector graphics is a method for presentation of computer images in which they are described with the aid of mathematical formulas and functions. In addition can be set information about colour,  light, perspective. It is considered the opposite of ra...

What is raster?
Raster is a grid of dots of different sizes, with the help of which the multicolour images are presented when printing. When we have a single colour print the various percentages of colour are presented through a different number of points of equal size. ...

Which is the optimal resolution?

Depending on the product and quality desired, the  resolution may vary. As per our specialists, however, it should not be as per 200 dpi.

Which are the main parameters that determine the price of a printed product?

In order  to calculate all production costs of a product it is necessary to know on what kind of paper or cardboard will be printed. How many grams, what is the size of the product, how many pages there will be, what will be printed (in colour or black and white), what will be the quantity that is needed.