Our general guidelines for setting up artwork
> Remember to check your artwork size and any bleed requirements before you start work. Ideally you will use one of our templates.
> Do NOT use any overprint settings in your artwork. This may result in elements not printing at all.
> Do NOT mix RGB and CMYK elements in the same artwork. When RGB, CMYK and transparency elements
are combined in the same artwork unexpected print results of varying types will occur.
> Please supply PDF artwork in *CMYK format, with fonts set to outline.
> Pantone Colours
Please contact us if a pantone match is required.
Please add bleed as specified to all artworks.
> All bitmap images should be 100dpi at full size. We do not need any higher resolution than this.
Once processed through our pre-press digital technology your files will actually print at over 1600dpi.
However, files below minimum resolution will not print well so please check your artwork
carefully before you submit it to us. We do not carry out any image quality checks or spell checking of your
artwork. We expect files submitted to be print ready.
We provide clear specification for artwork preparation so please ensure all artworks are submitted to OUR
specification. Once received we normally proceed to print artworks as supplied.
>We do not take responsibility for unexpected printing results which are caused by artwork not being supplied
to our specification. Re-prints will be charged at the normal rate.
> If your file is under 10mb you can email it.
> Or you can send your larger files via yousendit.com, mailbigfile.com, wetransfer.com, dropbox or similar service. Best of all...