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Preparing your files for print
Preparing your files for print
  1. Color printing: Make sure all image files are converted from RGB to CMYK or BW (if your printing only black and white).
  2. If there are black solids in your color project design then use a support black (c=30, m=0, y=0, k=100) instead of 100% black (c=0, m=0, y=0, k=100)
  3. For small body copy (12pt or smaller) in your color design project, it’s recommended you use only 1 color (either black/gray or a spot color). This will ensure the text prints clearly and reduces registration problems.
  4. All images must be high resolution (300dpi at 100%)
  5. If there are bleeds, make sure you add 1/8” bleed from original file dimension.
  6. Provide a High resolution .pdf which includes crop marks, bleeds, and dieline (if it die cuts) of each project. This helps us provide you with a correct proof.
  7. Gather all files, compress them (.zip or stuffit), and upload them through the site.

Preparing your files for upload
Preparing your files for upload
  1. Make sure your files are print ready. How do I do this?
    Preparing your files for print
    1. Color printing: Make sure all image files are converted from RGB to CMYK or BW (if your printing only black and white).
    2. If there are black solids in your color project design then use a support black (c=30, m=0, y=0, k=100) instead of 100% black (c=0, m=0, y=0, k=100)
    3. For small body copy (12pt or smaller) in your color design project, it’s recommended you use only 1 color (either black/gray or a spot color). This will ensure the text prints clearly and reduces registration problems.
    4. All images must be high resolution (300dpi at 100%)
    5. If there are bleeds, make sure you add 1/8” bleed from original file dimension.
    6. Provide a High resolution .pdf which includes crop marks, bleeds, and dieline (if it die cuts) of each project. This helps us provide you with a correct proof.
    7. Gather all files, compress them (.zip or stuffit), and upload them through the site.

  2. Gather all of the images and fonts used in your project
    • Adobe InDesign - Go to “File”, then “Package”, then follow the on screen prompts. It will gather all of your files and fonts and put them in a folder for you.
  3. Put them in a folder with your native file (the file you designed your project in)
  4. Compress (.Zip or Stuff) your file.

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