Yes, there are two possible options:
- Engraving something into the inner groove of the record with a maximum of 30 characters.
- Lasering the entire side of the record. More information and samples click here.
We use one dedicated press for test-pressings, this is set to a weight of aprox 160 gram.
Due to our current work load, there is no standard production time. It will be determined based on actual capacity demand at the time the order is placed. This applies to both test pressings and the final product.
We don't offer a fast lane service. Simply because we want to give all of our customers equal service.
500 units for initial release, 300 for a re-order.
10% of the order quantity with a maximum of 50 units up till an order of 4999 units, above that number a maximum of 100 units.
Yes, as long as we know what you are after we can make any cut you want.
The cut is what it is, if you want to make a change we need to make a new cut, costs will be charged.
At least 5 year after your last order we keep metalparts on stock.
We work with two catalog numbers; one which we will provided you and is needed for our archive and one you will provide us so you will have a number for your archive. How your catalog number looks is completely up to you, you can use numbers as well as letters or a combination. The maximum is 30 characters.
Yes, our service includes up to three different delivery addresses. It is possible to ship to more delivery addresses with a maximum of five, however we do charge you per extra delivery address €5,-.
Keep it! As it's one of a kind, there is probably only one record with this mistake, which makes it highly collectible! Please allow a small percentage of rejects (2 %), in a production process like manufacturing records, sometimes technical errors occur. If there are a few more records with the same mistake, in the most unfortunate case, please contact us and send a mail to email@example.com and describe what is wrong with it. We might request a sample if our archive copy is 'clean' so our QC can investigate what went wrong.