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FAQ

What should be the format of the artwork?
The artwork should be in Press ready PDF (font embedded) format in CMYK with minimum 300dpi resolution. We process only in CMYK format. If there are any Spot colours in the artwork, it will be converted to CMYK.

RGB (Red, Green, Blue) - These are the primary colours of light which are best used for screen.
CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Keyline Black) - This colour spectrum is 4 colour which lends itself to full colour printing.

Converting all your artwork for printing from RGB to CMYK gives you more control over the final result of the colour. When we receive your artwork it is automatically converted to CMYK by our software. If it uses RGB, this gets changed to CMYK, but this may result in printed colours that are slightly different to your expectations. We can not be responsible for this and you should submit your artwork in the CMYK colour format.

 

What is Bleed?
We require Bleed to allow  the tolerance of our guillotines (the machine used for cutting your job after printing). If any of the design finishes exactly at the edge of the required finished size, then without bleed, when the job is trimmed it causes slight white edges to the finished print. By extending the background colour or image beyond the edge of finished job, this defect can be rectified. We recommend that elements intended to go to the very edge of the finished job should extend 3mm beyond the edge.

Click here for more information on Bleed.

 

Can I See the Quality of Your Work?

Yes, you can request a free sample pack which we will post out to you within 24 hours.

Click here to request a sample pack.

 

When Will I Recieve My Order?
Most print orders will be dispatched within 5 working days and delivered via our courier service. 

To avoid stress and worry, try and get your order to us as soon as possible if it is time sensitive. It's always worth allowing a day or two for unforeseen circumstances to avoid disappointment.

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