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    Default Printing on pizza boxes precedently die-cutted

    Hello guys,
    I've found some printed pizza boxes that are totally printed, also on the folds, but I can't understand if they was precedently die-cutted and then printed or viceversa. What do you think? I haven't any experience in printing on fold but I'm quite sure the ink will blur on them:

    http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles...19e3314fca.jpg

    thank you,
    Fabio

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    hi fabio, i print on pre cut corrugated boxes all the time and you can actually do them pretty easily without any blurring. Here's a pic of some boxes i have done in the past.

    http://derisorydesigns.com/workspace/uploads/410-Box-Full.jpg

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    ou just print them unfolded across all panels at once. superfine detail can be lost around the folds (or even just because of the unevenness of the corrugations) but if the artwork is prepared correctly it's not too big of an issue.

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    Hello,
    I'm afraid exactly about the superfine details on the folds. I don't want boxes with ink blurs.

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    print first, diecut later.

    talk to the boxmaker to get their spec's
    Andymac

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    Todo es empezar.

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    Mhmh It was what I wanted to do but the boxes come die cutted from another company and also if I order 100/200 of them I believe they don't lose time to die cut a very small number of cardboards. On more the shipping costs will raise a lot the single cost of the finished boxes..

    On monday I'll call them, however!

    Thank you,
    Fabio

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