As for making available a printed tray card, as I mentioned earlier it's difficult to print a tray card that's perfectly trimmed, well-aligned and properly folded. We think most people would be satisfied without, most of the rest would be OK with printing their own at home, and for those who want a tray card and don't have a high-quality color printer of their own, we could probably come up with some option. Including a tray card alone, without a jewel case, the problem would be how to mail it without damage in transit.
Thanks for the reply Mike.
I often order CDs and tell the mailorder to send me the CDs without jewel case (i haven't tried that at Hypnos so far
). Most of the time they put the CD and the covers on a small piece of carton then everything's fine. So far I've never had problems with damaged tray cards. Jewel cases are very often damaged (broken ring or other problems) but the artwork is always perfect.
The "and for those who want a tray card and don't have a high-quality color printer of their own, we could probably come up with some option" option is a good idea, thanks
Have you always done the cutting of the tray cards yourselves or do they come from the pressing factory in the right format ?