Preferable Preforations

In the interest of always trying to provide the best possible product, we’ve recently revised the perforations on the paper that comes with each of our Jewelboxing kits. Last year, if you’ll remember, we spent a couple of months testing out different stocks of high-quality paper options, and ultimately went with a superior, custom-milled stock that we found held ink better and would have more compatibility with nearly every kind of ink jet printer. This time around, we’ve returned to looking at our paper because we’d heard from a few customers that, when they were printing, most often on older ink jets, the occasional perforation on a sheet would catch and tear off (if you’re not familiar with the system, that’s not usually supposed to happen until after you’re all done printing). So we took a look at the sheets, played around with some different ideas, and decided that it might be wise to have the paper layout re-cut, so the perforations weren’t all the way out to the edges, and thus, less chance of accidental tearing.

That said, this paper with the new perforations started shipping out this month and we’re really happy with the way it turned out. It’s a slight alteration but we like to think it’s the details that make the Jewelboxing system better than other options.

We’re sure the benefits of these new cuts are being reaped in by the truckload by those in Vancouver, Chicago, Santa Monica, Minneapolis, Boston, Roanoke, Alexandria, New York, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Saint Charles, San Francisco, Hagerstown, Baltimore, East Rutherford, Charlotte, Houston, Warren, Yellowknife, Astoria, Bainbridge Island, New Berlin, and Cocolalla.

November 9, 2017 | Category: Blog | Tag: