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When submitting your desired parameters for a custom made die cut, you have two different options.
Option 1: Modify an existing product template
Option 2: Create a 100% custom folder
Whether you’re making small modifications to an existing product or something entirely original, these are the most common advantages that custom die cuts can provide:
These are die cuts that physically enhance what your product is capable of, making them more functional or resilient.
Adding die cut slits allows you to supplement your product with business cards, CD/DVD discs, brochures, flash drives, and much more.
Need to include a wealth of information in your folder? Extra panels, backbones, and additional or expanding pockets allow you to store more documents inside your custom product.
Folders can hold more than just paper. Your custom product can include specialty pockets that hold unusual objects such as pens, promotional gifts or samples of your company’s product.
If you need a larger or smaller product than what’s readily available, custom die cuts make that possible. You can also alter the dimensions of specific elements, such as a single large panel.
Ensure that your folder lasts significantly longer. Add reinforced edges to prevent tearing, creases and other damage, or use rounded corners to prevent dog-earing.
A custom die cut lets you express yourself creatively while highlighting your company’s identity.
Consider a die cut that outlines, resembles or accentuates your company’s logo. This makes it more visually memorable as opposed to just printing it with ink.
Die cuts can also depict an image other than your logo that represents an aspect of your brand (such as a needle and thread for a fashion business).
Draw extra attention to your business with a custom die cut that emphasizes the product or service you provide.
Try adding a die cut window in the shape of a symbol related to your product or service. A beverage company, for instance, might include a bottle-shaped window.
Die cuts can be used to accent your printed design, such as outlining a photograph or framing an image related to your business.
Create a product that begs to be opened and interacted with by giving audiences a sneak peak at what’s inside.
If your product’s contents demand attention, you can give recipients a better look with a uniquely shaped or windowed cover.
Standard pockets usually conceal the lower portion of the documents inside, but strategically die cut pockets can reveal vital details.
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