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Each Job is unique therefore our quotes require 24 hours to compile in order to determine the best price for you, considering various elements and factors.

The lead time for a job depends on the printing type and the finishing requirements. While it can vary, our standard lead time is typically 5-7 working days.

In digital printing, digital files are directly printed onto the paper or cardstock. It’s great for shorter print runs and allows for customization. It’s quick and cost-effective for smaller quantities.

Litho printing, also known as offset printing, uses metal plates and ink rollers to transfer the image onto a rubber blanket, which is then pressed onto the paper. It’s best for large-volume printing and provides high-quality, consistent results.

So, digital printing is good for smaller jobs and customization, while litho printing is better for larger quantities and top-notch quality.

We kindly request that you take responsibility for safeguarding your own artwork files for future reordering purposes. This includes keeping a personal record of your original files, as well as any foil or Di-cutting blocks that may be necessary for reproductions past a 6 month period.

Upon completion of the design, you will receive a digital proof for approval. If you prefer a physical copy for verification, kindly let us know, and we will be happy to provide a hard copy proof upon request.

Your approval of the final proof ensures that both our work and your own are accurately represented, with everything appearing as intended. While mistakes can occur, catching them during the proofing stage is beneficial for all parties involved. It allows for corrections to be made before the job is completed and delivered, preventing any inconvenience or dissatisfaction.

Pantone colours are special colours used in the printing industry. They have unique numbers to make sure that the colours look the same no matter what printing type or batch of prints are used. This helps maintain consistency in colour appearance across different printing processes.

In printing, white is not typically considered a printing colour because most of the time, the paper used is already white. One can do a reverse print to get the illusion of white print.

Perfect binding is a bookbinding technique commonly used for paperback books, magazines, and catalogues. It involves gluing the pages of a book together along the spine edge, creating a sturdy and professional-looking finish.

Saddle-stitch binding is a common bookbinding method used for creating booklets, brochures, and magazines. In this binding technique, folded sheets of paper are nested inside one another and secured by staples or stitches along the folded edge, which is known as the “spine” of the booklet.

Saddle-stitch binding is often used for small booklets and other publications that don’t have many pages. Saddle-stitch binding is often used for small booklets and other publications that don’t have many pages.

Spiral binding is a popular bookbinding method that uses a plastic or metal coil to hold the pages of a document together. The coil is inserted through small holes punched along the edge of the pages, creating a continuous spiral shape that keeps the pages secure.

Spiral binding is commonly used for notebooks, reports, presentations, and other documents that require easy flipping.

Case binding is a method of bookbinding that results in a durable and high-quality hardcover book. It is commonly used for novels, textbooks, and other books intended for long-term use.

Letterpressing is a printing technique that has been used for centuries and is still used today for its unique and high-quality results. In this process, raised images and text are inked and then pressed onto paper, leaving an impression that can be seen and felt.

Letterpressing is often used for printing wedding invitations, business cards, and other high-end stationery items,

Foil printing, also known as foil stamping or hot foil stamping, is a printing technique that adds a metallic or reflective finish to the paper. It is commonly used to create eye-catching and luxurious designs on items like invitations, certificates, packaging, and promotional materials.


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