Monthly Archives: January 2012

Preparing Print-ready files with Scribus

As discussed on this blog previously, “print-ready” files are those that require almost no intervention to print. These files contain CMYK color space, images with resolution of at least 300 dpi, embedded fonts and trim marks. Productivity software such as … Continue reading

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Going Green? We can help!

Are you interested in “Going Green?” Pollution, over-flowing landfills and disappearing forests are all endangering our planet. We want to do our share! We offer environmentally friendly printing, featuring high-quality recycled and chlorine-free papers at affordable prices. To take advantage of our … Continue reading

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Preparing a “Print-Ready” file for online printing

In order to produce a high quality printed product, it is important for customers using online print websites to understand what makes a file “print-ready.” By definition, “print-ready files are files that follow all our guidelines and require almost no … Continue reading

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Understanding CMYK Color Space for Commercial Printing

Commercial offset printing uses a technique called 4-color process to produce the colors you see on the final printed product. This technique is called 4-color, since it uses four different inks: three “secondary” colors of Cyan, Magenta and Yellow (abbreviated as … Continue reading

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