Love this fold? Then, let’s take this relationship to the next level. Order the professional production dieline and a blank white folded sample of the Rectangular Iron Cross now. The sample is great for visualization, and the dieline is ready-to-use.
The Rectangular Iron Cross is the mail-friendly cousin of the Iron Cross fold. The beauty of this format is its ability to offer the same physical characteristics and opening experience of the classic square format Iron Cross, built in a proportion that will not incur a surcharge for hand sorting at the post office. Splurge on the format, save on the postage. This format can carry additional light materials, such as rectangular or shaped insert cards.
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The Rectangular Iron Cross fold is 17.94” by 12.69” unfolded and finishes to a 6” by 4.25” rectangular format. The Rectangular Iron Cross can be self mailing, however the address block must be on the final fold and 3 tabs are needed: 2 on side and 1 top. This format also fits into an A6 envelope.
Want to see a mock-up of your layout? Put your designs to the test with our quick and easy comping service. Upload a print ready PDF of your Rectangular Iron Cross layout including the specified dieline for this fold in a separate layer, and we’ll print, laser cut and fold your mock-ups on-demand. Ordering a comp is a great way to confirm art placement, color and composition before ordering a print run.
Ready to print something special? If you have the Rectangular Iron Cross dieline and a production-ready layout, we’ll print, fold and ship your Super-Cool project - right to your door! Just make your selections on the right and we’ll give you an instant pricing quote. Please bear in mind that some of the formats have complex make-readies and folding configurations, which will be reflected in the unit price when the print quantities are very low. However, as the quantity goes up, the unit price will go down. Simply upload your print ready PDF, including the specified dieline for this fold in a separate layer on the next page.