This guide outlines issues you’ll need to consider when supplying artwork so as to avoid delays and ensure quality print.
Ink that prints beyond the trim edge of the page to ensure it extends to the edge of the page after trimming. As there is a degree of movement when printing on any press and the trimming process, you should always create 3mm bleed on all edges where bleed is needed. If you provide us jobs without bleed may result in white lines when we trim it.
We request all artwork to be supplied in 300 dpi. You need to save your pdf using these option which is available in your pdf software settings.
Embed all images and outline all the text. Save as PDF Acrobat 6.0
Set Resolution to 300dpi when start to design or create you document. Save the file in TIFF or JPEG. Always set the size 3mm more on each side of your actual size. Please keep the PSD file in case in future you need us to make changes as tiff and jpeg we unable to do changes.
Please help to export to PDF using these setting
Step 1: Export to PDF
Step 2: Select Adobe PDF Preset to High Quality Print
Step 3: Make sure to have these high resolution setting
Step 4 - Marks and Bleeds Tick Option
Please take note that proofing task can sometimes delay the printing job delivery.
CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) are the colors used in the printing process, whereas RGB (Red, Green and Blue) are the colors used by screen displays such as your monitor. Please note that JPEG files are almost always in RGB mode.
Your document or artwork should be created in CMYK mode so that the colors that you see on the screen most closely match the final printed product. If you create your document in RGB, the colors in your printed product may vary slightly. Many of the bright values produced by your monitor cannot be produce in printing.