How should I send an electronic file?
See Tips for
Should I have my job printed or copied?
There are advantages to both — it all depends
on the timing of your project and the quantity. Some projects take more
time to prep for the press but cost less per piece to print. Quantities
less than 500 may cost less to run on the copier (and you get it
faster). We can price it both
ways for you to make sure you get the best quality for your dollars.
How can I save money and/or get my project done
The more “press-ready” your files are (designed in
such a way that our layout team can simply load and print), the more
money you will save and the faster we can get your results back to you.
For some tips on how to get your files in “press-ready” shape, see
Tips and Layout Tips.
What is a “bleed” and do I want one?
A bleed is a design that extends to the edge
of the paper. Neither a press or copier will print to the very edge of
the paper. So to get the bleed effect, we print or copy the design on a
larger piece of paper and then trim off the excess. For these
reasons, a design with a bleed costs a little more.
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