FAQ

WHAT IS BLEED

Bleed refers to printing that goes beyond the edge of the media after trimming. The bleed is the part on the side of your document that gives us that small amount of space to move around paper and design inconsistencies. If for example, you want the background of your business card to be entirely red, you must extend or bleed the background beyond the edge of the final size of your business card. This also applies to images that you want to extend to the edge of your media. If you do not add bleed you may end up with a fine white line down one or more edges of the final print! Please include at least 3.0mm bleed on each side of your artwork. Please also make sure you keep your text a minimum of 4mm from the edge of your artwork.

FILE FORMATS

Our basic artwork requirements are listed below:

For PDF, EPS and Corel Draw files please ensure:



NO DESIGN
 

When preparing a document that you have designed for print we would recommend that you have a discussion with our Art Department so they can reassure you that the file you are presenting will be the best possible standard to achieve excellence in your printing experience.

IF YOU WISH TO UTILISE OUR GRAPHIC DESIGN DEPARTMENT

Please feel free to book an appointment for a consultation. A half hour meeting with our staff could be all you need to give you the best results. Our staff are specialists in listening to our client's special needs and wants in regard to printing and designing.