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How soon can my job be done?
It will depend on when it arrives and the other print jobs we have in the shop at the time of submission. It will also depend on the quantity and if your files are “print ready”.
All of the above are unknowns at this point so it is hard for us to give a definite lead time on completion. We would like to have 3 business days. Typically we can print in less time but we are unable to promise any type of time frame until we have your print-ready file. If you need in 2 days or less it will be a 10% rush charge.
Why do you need a pdf?
The best workflow is to make a PDF right from your native file on the computer you are using to create your file. If not provided in a pdf, the files often have text overflow and other formatting issues when moving them from one computer to another. This is caused mostly by inconsistencies in fonts and page specs. Producing a PDF is the best way to avoid that frustrating situation and have a portable, properly-formatted file that will give you the results you are expecting. Click on the link below for more info on the subject of: Pdf Files
How would you like me to submit my electronic file?
Click here for tips on submitting print ready artwork
Crop marks, who needs them and why?
No printers can print right to the edge of a sheet therefore any standard size prints with bleed must actually be printed on a larger sheet and cut down. The term “bleed” refers to any design element that extends to the edge of a sheet of paper or page. Click on the link below for more on the subject of: Adding Bleeds and Crop Marks to Documents for Print
What type of binding options do you offer?
Do you have an order form I can fill out?
Yes, Click here for a Printing Request for an order form that you may save and send via email or print and send.
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