Please pay attention to the following information concerning the print of theses etc.:
We usually print files in CMYK-mode. We do not have any impact on the colouring. The display of printing files on screen and their appearance on the finished printouts can therefore differ from each other.
If colour conformity is particularly important to you, a sample print in advance is advisable.
We assume no responsibility for colour deviations.
Coloured pages and black and white pages:
For final theses and comparably demanding print jobs, we generally use colour laser printers. They are able to notice independently if a page of the print job contains any colour information.
Coloured pages are therefore always printed in colour. The exact number of coloured pages and those in black and white is indicated on the counter reading of the machines and can be read off before and after printing.
In this context, we ask you to please note that pages containing the colour “grey” (e.g. in MS word: text box background) may be composed of the printing colours CMYK and therefore be invoiced as coloured pages. The same applies to PDF files with an embedded colour profile. The colour “black” will then be composed of the printing colours CMYK and issued as a colour print.
In general, the following applies to prints of files in A 4 format:
First, we only make two copies of each print file. This step serves to determine the amount of coloured and black and white pages.
The customer is then informed about the parameters resulting from the counter readings and costs for the two first copies and possibly about costs for further copies.
The acceptance of the printed copies is in any case obligatory. The payment is made in cash upon collection. (Four copies are printed to determine the amount of black and white and coloured pages for files in DIN A 5 format)