- High Resolution JPG
All Adobe file types should be created for at least Adobe CS6 (Creative Cloud prefered). If a file needs to be color separated it must be a vector graphic. If files must be edited, please package your files with necessary fonts and images.
Feel free to consult with us before starting your project to make sure there will not be any problems printing your files.
** Please DO NOT send us Microsoft PUB, DOC, PP, DOC, XL, CDR. These files are unpredictable, not formatted for print, and can create an undesired final product.
All file formats must have a minimum resolution of 300dpi at 100% of print size.
Print images need to be created at 350 dpi or there will be substantial drop in image quality. Images for the web are done at a low resolution of 72 dpi. Low resolution web graphics, CGM, WMF, BMP, and PICT cannot be used as acceptable artwork.
Please create your files with an .125” bleed all the way around. What is a bleed? Bleed is the portion of the sheet that will be trimmed off when cut to final size. This is so the color can run all the way to the edge of the paper, or bleed off the edgeBleed info.
Please build press ready files with crop marks to indicate where the paper should be cut to produce the correct finished size.
All fonts must be embedded or changed to outlines or curves. If you will be requiring editing to your product, be sure to package your files with the fonts you used.
You can upload files homepage file uploader.
We also use WeTransfer for larger files or if there are upload issues. Send these to email@example.com.
Bleed Guidelines Quick Info Sheet:
While bleed and margin guidelines change by what the job is, this is a good basic guideline to start with: