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2 Media kit 203 Magazine profile, circulation, distribution, target group Henrich Publikationen GmbH, Talhofstraße 24 b, Gilching, Germany, Telephone , Fax , Profile in brief: All designers and developers who are part of the PLM loop within the valueadding process face the complex of themes CAD/CAM/PLM. :K CAD CAM reports in all nine issues of :K on processes, methods and trends within the economic sector. :K CAD CAM focuses on the practical experience of the reader: detailed tests of software and hardware, as well as user reports and specialist articles explaining the topics profoundly. The following topics are continuously considered: CAD/CAM, Design, PDM & PLM, interdisciplinary Engineering, simulation, Rapid Prototyping, hardware & workstations 2. Frequency: 9 issues per year 3. Edition: 0th edition Web address (URL): 5. Memberships: 6. ORGAN: 7. Publisher: Henrich Publikationen GmbH 8. Publishing House: Henrich Publikationen GmbH Postal address: Talhofstraße 24b, Gilching, Germany Telephone: Editorial Staff:: Ralf Steck, Responsible editor Telephone: , 0. Advertisement: Peter Kusterer, Advertising Manager Telephone: , Distribution: Henrich Publikationen GmbH; Magdalena Roitzsch Telephone: , Print run: 24,000 copies 3. Annual average number of distributed copies: (In line with AMF-scheme 2, no. 7): 23, Target group: Design engineers and developers, Heads of IT, executive directors and decision-makers in the fields of mechanical and plant engineering, vehicle construction, aerospace, tool and mold making, medical technology.
3 Media kit 203 Advertisement Price list No. 0 Valid from st October 202 P Henrich Publikationen GmbH, Talhofstraße 24 b, Gilching, Germany, Telephone , Fax , CIRCULATION: Print run: 24, MAGAZINE FORMAT: 230 mm width, 325 mm height TYPE AREA: 200 mm width, 282 mm height, number of columns: 4, column width; 47 mm 3. PRINTING METHOD/PRINTING MATERIAL: Offset, adhesive bond Printing material in digital form, optimized for 70 line/cm screen ruling (please order our instruction leaflet). 7. ADVERTISEMENT RATES AND FORMATS: Format Width x height in mm Basic rate b/w 2/ page 43 x 282 0, / page 200 x 282 5, /3 page 32 x 282 / 200 x 84 3, Junior Page 49 x 202 2, /2 page 98 x 282 / 200 x 40 2, /3 page 64 x 282 / 200 x 92, /4 page 47 x 282 / 98 x 40 / 200 x 68, /8 page 47 x 40 / 98 x 68 / 200 x DEADLINES: Frequency: 9 issues per year Dates of publication: see editorial schedule Closing dates: see editorial schedule 5. PUBLISHER: Henrich Publikationen GmbH Telephone: Talhofstraße 24 b Gilching, Germany 6. Terms of payment The invoiced amount is payable net (without deduction) within 30 days of the invoice date. If payment is made within eight days, the Publisher grants the customer a discount of 2 %. If payment is made in advance, or if direct debit authorization is granted, the Publisher grants a discount of 3 % of the invoiced amount. Tax no , VAT ident no. DE BANK DETAILS: Postbank Frankfurt, Acct no , bank code IBAN DE , BIC PBNKDEFF 0. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT FORMATS: on request. DISCOUNTS: for insertions within 2 months Frequency discounts 3 adverts 5 % 6 adverts 0 % 0 adverts 5 % Volume discounts 2 pages 5 % 4 pages 0 % 6 pages 5 % 2. COMBINATIONS: Further rates, combinations and multi-year contracts on request.
4 PREFERENTIAL PLACEMENT: Cover 2 6, Cover 3 5, Cover 4 6, Front cover and inside front page on request. LAYOUT SURCHARGES: Costs for technical services like layout and lithograph production are invoiced at cost price. 8. SURCHARGES: 8. COLOUR SURCHARGES: For each scale colour 2/ page and smaller / page and smaller /2 page and smaller /3 page and smaller /8 page and smaller For each special colour (which cannot be extracted from a 4c typeset) PLACEMENTS: Other fixed placements of advertisements and inserts 0 % surcharge. Bleed / double page spread: 0 % surcharge. All surcharges and technical costs are not subject to discount! 9. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS: Sources of supply see page sources of supply Classified sales, wanted advertisements, job advertisements, various per millimeter/column 5.05, keyed advertisement fees BOUND INSERTS: Paper weight < 20 g < 70 g > 70 g 2 pages 6, , , pages 9, , , pages 2, , , A sample insert is required when placing an order. Please deliver untrimmed (format: 236 x 3). In case of multiple page inserts, please deliver folded. 4. LOOSE INSERTS: Total Price Total Price circulation per thousand circulation per thousand up to 25 g up to 40 g up to 30 g up to 45 g up to 35 g up to 50 g A sample insert is required when placing an order. Maximum size 224 x 37, heavier and partial loose inserts on request. 5. INSERT STICKERS: In combination with an advert or insert 2, When processed by machine, gluing costs are included Manual processing on request 6. DELIVERY ADDRESS FOR POSITIONS 3-5 Henrich Druck+Medien GmbH, Schwanheimer Straße 0, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, label: :K and the according issue. Delivery at the latest 0 days prior publication, required copies: 24,300 Your additional benefit, your added value: Your ad will be published 0 % bigger than in DIN A4 publications, but at the same price. If you send us your advertisement data in digital form, we enlarge them without any extra costs. ADVERTISEMENT DATA: In order to quickly and optimally process your order, we preferably require your motifs in digital form. We can process all professional MAC and PC formats. To transmit via or ftp, please complete our data sheet and send it to if applicable together with the advertisement file. Data is processed free of charge as long as it meets our general requirements for the digital acceptance of advertisements (refer to the data sheet). Additional expenditure incurred due to data being incorrect or incomplete, will be invoiced at cost price. If the General Requirements for the digital Acceptance of Advertisements should not be included in your media kit, please request it via telephone: You can also find it on our website
5 advertisement information P formats Media kit 203 Supplement to advertisement price list no. 0 Valid from st October 202 Henrich Publikationen GmbH, Talhofstraße 24 b, Gilching, Germany, Telephone , Fax , 2 / page / page 2 /3 page, vertical 2 /3 page, horizontal Junior Page /2 page, vertical /2 page, horizontal Type areas Bleed* 430 x 282 mm 460 x 325 mm 200 x 282 mm 230 x 325 mm 32 x 282 mm 47 x 325 mm 200 x 84 mm 230 x 207 mm 49 x 202 mm 64 x 225 mm 98 x 282 mm 3 x 325 mm 200 x 40 mm 230 x 62 mm /3 page, vertical /3 page, horizontal /4 page, vertical /4 page, 2-columned /4 page, 4-columned /8 page, -columned /8 page, 2-columned /8 page, 4-columned 64 x 282 mm 79 x 325 mm 200 x 92 mm 230 x 5 mm 47 x 282 mm 62 x 325 mm 98 x 40 mm 3 x 62 mm 200 x 68 mm 230 x 9 mm 47 x 40 mm 62 x 62 mm 98 x 68 mm 3 x 9 mm 200 x 32 mm 230 x 55 mm *For technical reasons the printing material for each bleed advert has to have additional on all sides for trimming. All information in mm (width x height)
6 bound inserts: Orders can only be accepted and confirmed if a binding sample has been submitted, if necessary a blind sample with declaration of size and weight. They have to comply to post regulations to be not mixed up with editorial content. The placement of inserts depends on the technical possibilities. Inserts have to be delivered untrimmed, multiple-page inserts have to be folded. The front page of the insert has to be marked. Inserts have to be in a condtion in which no further processing is necessary and 4-sided fold 236 mm untrimmed 472 mm 230 mm trimmed cutting each side 325 mm trimmed 5 mm FORMATs: sheet (= 2 pages) 236 x 33 2 sheets (= 4 pages) 472 x 33 3 sheets (= 6 pages) 683 x 33 Loose inserts: Orders can only be accepted and confirmed if a binding sample has been submitted, if necessary a blind sample with declaration of size and weight. They have to comply to post regulations to be not mixed-up with editorial content. The placement of inserts depends on the technical possibilites. Technical data: Inserts will be inserted loosely. Maximum size: width 224 x 37 mm. They have to be in a condtion where no further processing is necessary. Additional processing (e. g. folding) will be charged seperately. Inserts printed on other material than paper can only be accepted if a binding sample has been submitted and if the Publisher and post have agreed in advance. Copies required: Delivery date: Tip-on postcards: Sticking edge 24,300 copies 0 days prior to publication Tip-on postcards on bound inserts or adverts will be charged with 2,550.00, including gluing costs for mechanical gluing. Mechanical gluing is possible in variable height if the gluing edge is parallel to the fold and at least 2 cm and max. 5 cm from the fold. In any other case, also in case of diagonal placement, gluing costs are charged according to expenditure. Copies required: Delivery date: 24,300 copies (incl. excess quantity) 0 days prior to publication 50 mm Putting in direction 6-sided fold fold 5 mm Tip-on samples: Brochures, CDs and samples are possible. Orders can only be accepted if a binding sample has been submitted. Prices and gluing costs on request mm untrimmed 230 mm trimmed 227 mm 224 mm 29 mm 29 mm 325 mm trimmed Delivery address for bound inserts, loose inserts and postcards: Henrich Druck+Medien GmbH, Schwanheimer Straße 0, Frankfurt a. M., Germany, Label :K CAD CAM and the according issue. 682 mm cutting each side
7 Media kit 203 Editorial schedule :K CAD CAM 203 T Henrich Publikationen GmbH, Talhofstraße 24 b, Gilching, Germany, Telephone , Fax , Issue Deadlines Focus Topics Issue February Issue 2 March Issue 3 May Issue 4 June Issue 5 July Issue 6 September Issue 7 October Issue 8 November Anniversary issue 0 years :K Issue 9 December DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP: CD: ED: DOP= Date of publication; CD= Closing date; ED= Editorial deadline Medical technology Mechanical and plant engineering Renewable energies Manufacturing industry Aerospace Automotive and automotive supplier industry Steel construction, sheet metal processing Tool and mold making, trade fair issue for Euromold Virtual reality Systems engineering, e technology, product design and animation, hardware: VDU workplaces, graphic cards, monitors Product Data Management (PDM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Tools for early stage of development, CAD configurator, hardware: 3D screens and equipment Green Engineering, Reverse Engineering, 3D visualization solutions, hardware: Rapid Prototyping, 3D printers 3D-CAD/CAM systems for small businesses, Add-On programmes for CAD and PLM, computerized analysis (FEM, CFD), hardware: High Performance Computing (HPC) CAx data in the production (for example DNC, MES, BDE, ERP), Configuration management, hardware: VDU workstations, graphic cards, monitors CAD/CAM in the automotive sector, visualization and rendering, hardware: large format printers Software for the steel and sheet metal construction, project management, Compliance solutions, hardware: 3D input devices Product design and free formed surfaces, mechatronics, tools for interdisciplinary engineering, NC programming /CAM, medical technology, hardware: Rapid Prototyping, 3D printers Digital factory, simulation, Virtual Prototyping, CAD parts catalogues, documentation solutions, hardware: mobile and stationary CAD workstations
8 Media kit 203 contact persons Henrich Publikationen GmbH, Talhofstraße 24 b, Gilching, Germany, Telephone , Fax , Your Direct Line to Our Team: Peter Kusterer Advertising Manager Tanja Stigloher Media Sales Telephone: Telephone: Telephone: Jahrgang Einzelpreis 0, EURO 5,20 Telephone: /2 GUTE AUSSICHTEN GUTE ERFAHRUNG GUTE EINSTELLUNG Messemacher Peter Kazander ist sicher, dass die Logimat 202 ein»event der Spitzenklasse«wird. 2 Dr.-Ing. Günter Ullrich hat viel Erfahrung mit Fahrerlosen Transportsystemen und glaubt an ihre Zukunft. 62 Bert-Jan Knoef sagt, was ihm wichtig ist, als Chef von Still in Hamburg wie auch als Privatperson ZT JET INK LU E SIV Werkzeuge Schruppfräser von Iscar sparen Kosten bei der Produktion von Windkraftanlagen. 30 Telephone: Jahrgang 23 Euro Heft 4 Juni 202 Euro 4,40 Heft 4 Juni 202 MITTEN IM MARKT HeFT 0 Februar 202 2,80 März 202 InnovatIon jetzt! Juni Maschinen Mehrere Bearbeitungszellen bündelt Mikron zu einer leistungsfähigen Anlage. 26 Jutta Ertl Disposition Dr. Peter Johne, aluminiumexperte:»die Aluminiumindustrie muss in Sachen F+E viel aktiver werden.«2 l SpeZIAilität 26. Jahrgang D Euro elektromob Dr. Peter leibinger, Vorstandsmitglied von trumpf:»unsere Geschäftsbereiche spornen sich gegenseitig an.«30 PersPektiven Von einer Schlosserei hat sich Kaltenbach in 25 Jahren zur Weltfirma entwickelt n, 0 SeIten LadeLösunge antriebe und KuPPLungen, KtechniK schaltschran SeIte 77 Supplement Heft 0 Sicherheitstechnik September 202 ELEKTROMOBILITÄT 6 EMISSIONSHANDEL 26 ENERGIEWENDE 62 RUTH WERHAHN, E.on, zur Schnellladestrategie, möglichen Geschäftsmodellen und potenziellen neuen Nutzern von E-Autos. CHRISTIAN PACHER, FutureCamp Climate, zur Novelle des TEHG und den Auswirkungen auf Anlagenbetreiber. ROBERT GÖTZ, Energie Innovativ, zur Energiewende in Bayern und den Aufgaben der neuen bayerischen Energie-Agentur. Supplement Heft 0 Lichttechnik September 202 Jahrgang 3 n Ausgabe n Bewegende SchlüSSelkomponenten a Wälzlager Die Kompetenz eines lagertechniksystemlieferanten gewährleistet die Präzision von Drehgebersystemen in Schienenfahrzeugen. d 6038 >2 ausgabe 202 euro 25,00 Jahrgang 3 n Ausgabe n 203 häuﬁger als jemals zuvor an neue bedingungen anpassen.«4 Thomas schmidt 0 JÖRG WALTHER Heißer rhythmus»wir müssen uns in ZuPick-&-Place Units punkten nochzykluszeiten, schneller seite und2 mitkunft glänzenden Jahrgang 3 n Ausgabe n eius appell atur, quidquid mensurat ione temporis, videcet longas vel per concurrit «Spezial 53 sps/ipc/drives 20 Prima enim procedit ex una longa et altera brevi et altera longa, et sic usque in inﬁnitum. Prima enim procedit Mehr Biss Die Wartung von Flugzeugtriebwerken verlangt höchste Sorgfalt. Gegen den Kostendruck liefert Horn leistungsfähige Werkzeuge. 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9 Media kit 203 General Terms and Conditions Henrich Publikationen GmbH, Talhofstraße 24 b, Gilching, Germany, Telephone , Fax , Scope of validity, exclusivity. The acceptance and publication of all advertising orders and follow-up orders are governed exclusively by these General Terms and Conditions, as well as by the Publisher s price lists in effect at the time of conclusion of contract, which form a material component of such contract. The validity of any general terms and conditions of the customer is precluded to the extent they are inconsistent with these General Terms and Conditions. 2 Offer, conclusion of contract. Orders for advertisements may be submitted personally, by phone, letter, fax, or , or online. The Publisher is not liable for transmission errors. 2. A contract comes into existence only after written confirmation of the order by the Publisher. The price list in effect at the time of conclusion of contract is applicable in each case. The customer can obtain information about the price list directly from the Publisher or at 3. The Publisher may in its discretion reject advertisement orders, including individual placements in connection with a package contract. This applies, in particular, to advertisements whose content violates laws, standards of public decency, or governmental regulations, to those that have been objected to in complaint proceedings before the German Advertising Standards Council (Deutscher Werberat), to those whose publication cannot be reasonably expected of the Publisher due to their content, origin, or technical form, and to inserts whose format or layout could give readers the impression that they form part of the newspaper or that contain advertisements by other parties. The Publisher must give notice of rejection promptly after becoming aware of the relevant content. 3 Prices, payment terms, price reduction. The compensation applicable between the Publisher and the customer results from the order confirmation. If a written order confirmation was not given, or if compensation is not evident in the order confirmation, the price list in effect at the time the order was issued is applicable. 2. The price for publication of an advertisement is determined according to the price list currently in effect. In the event the advertisement price list is changed, the new terms apply also to ongoing contracts. 3. Prices may be changed at any time. For orders already confirmed by the Publisher, however, price changes are effective only if they were announced at least one month in advance. In such case, the customer is entitled to terminate, which right must be exercised in writing not later than 4 days after announcement of the price increase. In such case, discounts need not be refunded pursuant to No. 5. Farther-reaching claims of the customer are precluded. 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The Publisher is entitled to invoice for value-added tax retroactively if the tax authorities determine that the advertisement is subject to tax. 0. In the event a contract is concluded for several advertisements, a claim to price reduction may be derived from a reduction in circulation if the overall average of the insertion year beginning with the first advertisement is less than the average circulation of the prior calendar year stipulated in the price list or in some other manner. A reduction in circulation is a defect justifying price reduction only if it amounts to 20% or more for a circulation of up to 50,000 copies. The price is to be reduced by the same percentage as that experienced in the reduction in circulation. 4 Positioning of advertising, labelling. Unless agreed otherwise, the advertisement is placed in the next available issue. 2. If several advertisements are booked in advance, same are, when in doubt, to be processed within one year following conclusion of contract. The publication of the advertisements is, when in doubt, spread equally over the placement period. 3. The Publisher expressly reserves the right to make editorially related changes to the internal arrangement, layout, title, and scope of the respective periodical, as well as the right to postpone publication dates when necessitated by such changes. 4. The Publisher positions the advertisement taking the customer s wishes into account to the greatest possible extent. Unless agreed otherwise, the customer has no claim to a specific positioning or to the exclusion of advertising for goods or services of one of the customer s competitors. 5 Contract performance. Advertisement orders are to be carried out within one year following conclusion of contract, beginning with the appearance of the first advertisement. 2. 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Advertisement orders may be cancelled only in a timely manner, in no event later than the advertising deadline, and in writing by fax or . If the advertisement has already been delivered for printing, the customer must pay for the advertisement. Otherwise, the Publisher may demand reimbursement of the costs incurred up to cancellation in accordance with statutory provisions. 9. The customer is responsible for the content and legal permissibility of the advertisement. It must indemnify the Publisher against all claims by third parties occasioned by publication of the advertisement, including reasonable costs for legal counsel. The Publisher is not obligated to review whether an advertisement order interferes with the rights of third parties. If the Publisher is obligated by court order to print a correction or revision based on a placed advertisement, the customer must bear the costs pursuant to the current advertisement price list. 0. 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If advertising agencies issue orders, the contract, when in doubt, thus comes into existence with the advertising agency. If an advertiser becomes a customer, this must be agreed to separately under designation of the advertiser by name. The Publisher is entitled to demand proof of engagement from the advertising agency. 6 Warranty against defects. No guarantee is given that advertisements will appear in specific issues or at specific locations. 2. The Publisher warrants that advertisements will be reproduced free of typographic defects corresponding to the printing stock used, subject to the sending of suitable artwork (see technical information in the price list). 3. Colour advertisements: When artwork is sent digitally for colour advertisements, the customer must simultaneously send a colour proof. Otherwise, the customer is not entitled to reimbursement for any colour deviations. 4. In the event of obvious defects, the customer must give notice of objection not later than two weeks following receipt of the invoice. In the event of latent defects, the customer must give notice of objection not later than one year following publication of the corresponding item. In the event of defective printing of an advertisement despite timely delivery of flawless artwork and timely notice of objection, the customer may demand the printing of a replacement advertisement that is free of defects. The claim to cure is precluded if this is associated with unreasonable costs for the Publisher. If the Publisher does not meet a reasonable deadline set for it, if it refuses to undertake the cure, if it is unreasonable to expect the customer to accept the cure, or if the cure is unsuccessful, the customer has the right to rescind the contract or to reduce the price to the extent that the purpose of the advertisement was interfered with. Warranty claims by merchants (Kaufleute) are prescribed 2 months after publication of the corresponding advertisement. If the customer fails to comply with the Publisher s recommendations to create and send digital artwork, it is not entitled to any claims for defective advertisement publication. The same also applies where it fails to comply with other arrangements under these General Terms and Conditions or the price list. 5. If any defects in the artwork are not immediately ascertainable but rather first become apparent during the printing process, the customer has no claim in the event of unsatisfactory printing. 6. The customer is liable for transmitted files being free of computer viruses. The Publisher may delete files with computer viruses without the customer being entitled to derive any claims from this. In addition, the Publisher reserves claims for damages if the Publisher sustains additional damage due to computer viruses. 7. Where the customer provides material (bound inserts, loose inserts, etc.), the Publisher gives no warranty for the accuracy of the amounts or qualities designated as delivered. 7 Liability. The Publisher is liable for damages caused by wilful misconduct or gross negligence, for damages from culpable injury to life, body, or health, and for damages resulting from negligent breach of a duty that is of material importance for achievement of the contract purpose (cardinal duty). Other than with regard to liability for wilful misconduct and culpable injury to life, body, or health, the obligation to pay damages is limited to foreseeable damages that typically arise. In all other respects, claims for damages against the Publisher are precluded, regardless of legal basis. If the Publisher s liability is precluded or limited under the aforementioned arrangements, this also applies to the personal liability of its employees, representatives, or persons used to perform an obligation (Erfüllungsgehilfen). Liability under the German Product Liability Act (Produkthaftungsgesetz) remains unaffected. Other than claims based on tort or wilful misconduct, claims against the Publisher for damages are prescribed 2 months following the date on which the customer learned or should have learned of the circumstances establishing the claim. 2. Temporary interruption of the advertisement publication occasioned by force majeure, strikes, lock-outs, or operational disruptions does not constitute a release of contract. In such cases, the agreed placement period is extended accordingly, unless the customer can show that later publication can no longer fulfil the purpose of the advertisement. The claim for damages is precluded. 8 Storage of customer data In connection with its business relationships, the Publisher stores customer data by means of electronic data processing in accordance with the statutory provisions of the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz). 9 Place of performance, place of jurisdiction. If any one or more of these General Terms and Conditions should be or become ineffective, all other provisions remain in full force and effect. An ineffective provision is instead to be replaced by way of supplementary contract interpretation with an arrangement that most closely approximates the economic purpose intended by the parties with the ineffective provision. The same applies to the closing of any gaps herein. 2. Amendments to the provisions of these General Terms and Conditions and waiver of the requirement of written/text form must be made in writing. 3. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany is applicable, under exclusion of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and under exclusion of the principles of conflict of laws. The place of performance is Gilching. The place of jurisdiction is Munich for lawsuits against merchants, legal persons under public law, or special funds under public law. Version: July 202