Can you print something for me today?
Sure, however your options maybe limited due to finishing processes, available materials and existing work loads. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your requirements.
I need some photocopying or an email printed off?
Sure however, it is not a self service machine and we have a minimum order value of £12. (Even if it is just 1 copy.)
Do you print CAD Drawings?
Yes, please email the drawings with your requirements (eg. B/W or Colour) to us we will print and fold ready for collection to save you hanging around waiting.
How should I supply my artwork?
Please supply a high resolution PDF with 3mm bleed and crop marks. If you are unsure you can always email your artwork to us to check over, we are happy to help and advise.
What if I do not have artwork?
We can create artwork. Please email email@example.com with your requirements as prices vary.
Can you print posters?
Absolutely. Please ensure your artwork is suitable for poster size printing. No google images or phone screenshots please.
Can you work from Canva?
Yes however, it does have its limitations. Should your design be colour critical or you wish to use spot colours and spot effects then you must use Adobe Indesign or Illustrator.
- Ensure you are working to A sizes (A5, A4, A3 etc.) and not American letter sizes.
- Export your work as a “PDF for Print” in CMYK colour mode with crop marks and bleed ticked. (You will need the pro version for this, Canva offers a free trial.)
Do you design logos?
Yes. Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss your brief and give you an accurate quote based on the time your individual project will take us to design.
What does Bleed mean?
In printing, the term “bleed” means that the ink coverage extends all the way to the edge of the paper. We advise customers to have a 3mm* bleed to avoid the risk of the artwork having a white line/border or a gap between the edge and the element during the guillotining process.
Will colours be exactly as I see on the screen?
No, because monitors show colours in RGB (Red, Green, Blue) and the print will be in CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black). The best way to check the colours is to print them off on your own printer first. This will give you a rough colour representation.
*Same applies to Silver and Gold, Silver will produce as grey and Gold will produce yellow/brown. The only way to create Silver and Gold is by using an applied foil.