Our site currently supports several major
and popular print products as listed. We are shortly going to introduce more products
like logos, mailing labels, vinyl stickers, catalogs, banners, calendars, hosting services, etc.
Yes, absolutely! However, when customers upload files to our site to be printed we assume that all grammar, images and sizes are correct for the product being ordered. Therefore, we are not liable for files being uploaded to our site for printing. You the customer takes full responsibility for all files being uploaded to our website and there will be NO REFUNDS given on uploaded files once printed.
Our Online Printing System is a pre-
press process that bridges the gap between online
digital content and commercial print production. The process allows a print house,
a client or a graphic designer to create, edit, and approve computer-
templates during the pre-
press phase. This process increasingly calls for a Portable
Document Format (PDF) workflow environment with output provided by digital printing.
The type of paper used for difference purposes is expressed in weight. In the countries
following the European system, it is grammes per square metre (gsm or g/m2 or simply
g) and in the US system it is Pound (lb). The paper used for writing/printing (letterheads
and such stationery) is generally between 60 to 120 gsm (20 to 70 lb) and is called
the paper or text stock. Anything heavier than this is considered the card stock,
i.e. the paper used for business cards, postcards, greeting cards, etc.
We recommend saving as a .PDF. You may also send the file in the following types: jpg, jpeg, tif, tiff, and png.
However, we prefer that you send .PDF with embedded or outlined fonts. .PDF's are easier to handle and will likely speed up your turn-around. Remember to add crop marks and flatten your files before uploading.
Please do not send files over with RGB color and with transparencies that have not been flattened.
If you send us a RGB file, there is a chance that a color shift may occur and you may not be satisfied with your job.
You should always start and finish your designs in CMYK color mode.
All colors (RGB and PMS) should be converted to CMYK prior to submission for printing. Otherwise, our pre-flight system will do the conversion itself and it may convert them differently each time the job is submitted, thus creating a different output color on the printed piece. By converting the color yourself you have control of what the color will look like in the conversion before it ever goes to print