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What Resolution Images should be for printing?
Images should be 300 PPI, verses 72 PPI. This is the number of pixels per inch in your image and affects the print quality.

Printing Bleed What is printing bleed?
"Bleed" is an industry term used to describe printing that goes beyond the edge of the sheet so after the page is trimmed there is no white margin at the edge. A printed piece that has printing going to the edge of the paper on any side needs to "bleed".
Coming Soon What is the difference between CMYK vs RGB?
CMYK = Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key or Blac(K); it is also known as 4 Color Process. CMYK is the Commercial Printing format used to print full color.
RGB = Red, Green, and Blue. Electronic devices (TV's, Cellphones, Computer Monitors, and any other device with a color display) use this format to display color.

When a file is submitted, all RGB images will need to be converted to CMYK.

So, how do you convert RGB to CMYK? There are many programs that can help with this conversion. If you do not have access to a program to make your conversions there is a free on-line solution to achieve this. If that is not an option, no worries! The proof we will submit to you for approval will automatically be converted to CMYK by our RIP (Raster Image Processor).

Please be aware there are several colors (like Reflex Blue, Violet, and some (PMS/Pantone) Spot Colors) that will not convert into an exact match. In general, the best practice when creating your file is to not use spot colors for a process color job.
Coming Soon What is Aqueous Coating? Aqueous coating is like a shield to seal the ink on your printed piece. The coating improves durability and doesn't crack or scuff easily. Aqueous coating is also environmentally friendly, because it is a clear, fast-drying water-based coating.
Coming Soon What is PMS or Pantone Matching System? PMS or The Pantone Matching System has a variety of over 1300 solid ink colors—while 4-color process has more than 3000 achievable, printable ink colors. It is the reference of choice for selecting, specifying, matching and controlling solid printing ink colors.

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