Thinking about having us print your documents? Got a question concerning file format, the printing process or other related topics? Here is a selection of the most commonly asked questions about our printing services.
You can either upload and order directly online, send us your files by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. If larger than 15mb you can upload using www.wetransfer.co.uk or deliver them to the office on a USB flash drive.
We prefer PDF format. For printing images, we recommend JPG, PSD, TIF or EPS.
For posters or other large formats, we recommend at least 300 or 600 dpi. In some cases, 200 dpi will do.
As an extra service for our customers, we've installed a computer workstation. Commonly used programs such as Microsoft Word or Open Office are pre-installed and there is a universal card reader at your disposal. Naturally, this service is available at no extra charge.
Bleed is a very important element that must be taken into consideration when creating any printed piece. Bleed refers to any artwork where colour is going to the edge of the page. You must provide additional colour or image outside the cut area. When items are cut down, they are in stacks from 100 to around 1000 depending on if it is Business cards or Letterheads etc. This is done to ensure that there is no white paper showing around the edge of a printed piece. We would also advise text and borders etc. be around 3mm away from the edge of the printed piece.
Crop marks refer to little lines that show the person cutting down each sheet where to cut.
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