10 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Why Correct Artwork Is Important For Printing

The biggest problem i face as a printer, are the sheer number of artwork uploads that are incorrect. From art sent in the wrong format to wrong resolutions or incorrect sizes. So before ordering leaflets, business cards or posters, please read my guide to sending the correct printing artwork. Resolution – The correct resolution needed […]

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12 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

A Guide To Creating The Correct Artwork For Your Printing Order

When ordering any kind of printing job, from leaflets to business cards the one think you must be careful about is the artwork. There are all kinds of things to take note of, from the bleed area to the resolution and file type needed. Supplying artwork ready for commercial lithographic printing is not quite the same as printing a file off on a desktop printer or copier. This guide offers advice on how to send the best possible files that are ready for print.

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06 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

A quick guide to Pantone Matching System

In an earlier blog post regarding the difference between RGB and CMYK, we referred to the different types of colour development seen in printers, which were the basic (and classic) RGB scheme (Red, Green, Blue), and the newer, more detailed CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black). Going further on the scale of development and detail, though, […]

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24 September 2009 ~ 0 Comments

What is the difference between RGB & CMYK?

When supplying files for full colour printing, it is important that you supply your artwork in the correct mode or colour space. Many software programs give you the choice to work in either RGB mode or CMYK mode, CMYK mode is the correct colour space for full colour printing.

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