Powerstrips

Powerstrips

Secure mounting system with a powerful grip and removable without leaving a trace. Attaches to virtually any surface, whether wood, stone, tile or plaster. Avoid loud hammering noises and deep drill...

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Description

Secure mounting system with a powerful grip and removable without leaving a trace. Attaches to virtually any surface, whether wood, stone, tile or plaster. Avoid loud hammering noises and deep drill holes with these double-sided adhesive strips from Tesa. The best choice for when you wish to upgrade your home or apartment with small changes, but have no desire to leave any kind of permanent marks behind. With these strips you can mount objects up to 1000 g in weight. Sold in packs containing 14 strips each. Each strip measures 15 mm in height and 35 mm in width. 

    Size Guide

    Size Guide


    Paper Sizes and Measurements


    Paper Size Millimeters Inches
    A0 841 × 1189 mm 33.1 × 46.8 in
    A1 594 × 841 mm 23.4 × 33.1 in
    A2 420 × 594 mm 16.5 × 23.4 in
    A3 297 × 420 mm 11.7 × 16.5 in
    A4 210 × 297 mm 8.3 × 11.7 in
    A5 148 × 210 mm 5.8 × 8.3 in
    A6 105 × 148 mm 4.1 × 5.8 in
    A7 74 × 105 mm 2.9 × 4.1 in
    Business Card 85 × 55 mm 3.3 × 2.2 in
    DL 99 × 210 mm 3.9 × 8.2 in

    Envelope Sizes and Measurements


    Envelope Size Millimeters Inches
    C3 324 × 458 mm 12.8 × 18 in
    C4 229 × 324 mm 9 × 12.8 in
    C5 162 × 229 mm 6.4 × 9 in
    C6 114 × 162 mm 4.5 × 6.4 in
    C7 81 × 114 mm 3.2 × 4.5 in
    DL 110 × 220 mm 4.3 × 8.7 in
    Size Guide
    Print File Guidelines

    Print File Guidelines


    To ensure your designs are perfect for printing, understanding the concepts of Safe Area, Print Size Area, and Bleed Area is essential for creating "Print Ready Files." When uploading your files via our website for every order, the Safe Area guarantees that key content is visible, the Print Area outlines the actual size and cutting zone of your product, and the Bleed Area extends to the outermost cut line, allowing backgrounds to reach the edges of your product. This approach avoids white edges for a sleek, professional finish. Position important elements wisely and extend backgrounds as needed for the best printed outcome.

    What is the Safe Area?

    All content within the Safe Area is guaranteed to appear on your printed product. Content outside this area may be cut off during the trimming process. For best results, keep text and important elements of your photos, logos, and designs within the Safe Area. We recommend 5mm of safe area from each edge of the Print Area for Logos/Borders/Text.

    What is the Print Size Area?

    The Print Size Area is the space between the Safe Area and the product edges. This area defines the actual size of your product and where it will be cut after printing. For optimal outcomes, ensure that all important content is not located in this area and that the background colors/artwork extend beyond this area.

    What is the Bleed Area?

    The Bleed Area marks the outermost point to which your product could be cut. Background colors or images that extend completely to this line are referred to as full bleed. Full bleed ensures that your background will print to the very edge of your product. We recommend a minimum of 3 mm bleed on the sides and top/bottom of your files. White edges occur when the background does not extend to the bleed line.

    Why is it necessary to outline a font?

    Outlining fonts for printing ensures consistency, avoids licensing issues, enhances file compatibility, and can reduce file size. It converts text into graphics, ensuring the design appears as intended across all systems and printers, maintaining design integrity and quality in printed materials. This step is crucial for achieving professional-quality prints and customer satisfaction.
    Safe Area
    -5mm each sideSafe Area
    Print Size
    Area
    Print Size Area
    Bleed Area
    +3mm each sideBleed Area
    Print File GuidelinesPrint File Guidelines