Custom Rolling Paper Watermark AddonItem Code: SETUP-TOOLING CHARGE-WATERMARKING-1CT
Custom watermarking is the process of embedding a pattern into the rolling paper. The watermark works exactly like how currency works - when help up against an angle and towards light, you see the pattern appear and dissappear when moved.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
- THIS IS AN ADDON TO A CUSTOM ROLLING PAPER ORDER WITH A MINIMUM PURCHASE OF 10,000 BOOKLETS IN ANY FORMAT.
- THIS PURCHASE IS FOR A WATERMARK AND NOT PRINT MARK. PLEASE READ THE FAQ TO UNDERSTAND THIS BETTER.
- THE PURCHASE IS FOR US TO CNC AND BUFF THE WATERMARK DRUM. THIS DRUM IS THE CUSTOMERS PROPERTY.
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Q: What is a watermark?
A: It's a design or pattern embedded into the rolling paper.
Q: What is the difference between a watermark and print mark?
A: A watermark uses only heat and pressure to embed the design. A print mark uses invisible ink to print on the paper.
Q: Why is the watermarking so expensive?
A: We first have to CNC a drum, and then an artisan hand buffs it to ensure the watermark is identical on every sheet.
Q: Is there an additional cost per booklet for a watermark?
A: Unlike a print mark which has low setups and then a fee per booklet - watermarks do not require an additional cost per booklet.
Q: What material is the drum made from?
A: Stainless steel.
Q: Is the watermark my property?
A: Absolutely. If you spend on a watermark, the drum is your property.
Q: What is the minimum booklet run for a custom watermark?
A: 10,000 booklets in any size.
Q: How long is the watermark drum good for?
A: 10M booklets or 5 years - whichever comes first.
Q: What is the manufacturing time for the drum?
A: 30 days from the date you sign off on your artwork.
A: I just need a stock watermark, not a custom watermark. Can you offer me that?
A: Of course we can, watch the YT video attached to this product.
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