Custom Printing

Custom Printing

Custom Printing

Your imagination is limitless, and so are our printing capabilities. For ideas that don't fit nicely into predefined categories, we're here to help. Whether you need irregular-sized handouts to help you stand out from the competition, specialty-cut windows in your brochures and sales materials, or custom packaging and markups, we can provide the printing services you need to set your creative side free and bring your ideas to life.

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Custom Printing
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    Project Information

    Your Project Information: (items marked with a red asterisk are required)
  1. *Do you need us to do Design/Layout?

  2. *Do You Need a Proof?

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    If your order consists of more than one page, please enter that number here. Otherwise, leave the value at 1.

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  4. *Size

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    Text weight papers are designed for use on many types of common business documents, including newsletters, booklets, business correspondence, and more. They provide a good surface for printing and are more flexible than cover stock.

    Cover weight papers are heavier, stiffer, and more durable than text papers. They're often used for printed pieces that require more bulk, such as booklet/report covers, posters, business cards, postcards, and the like.

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  6. *Sides

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    If your document includes printing on both sides of the page, choose double-sided. If you only want printing on one side of the page, choose single-sided instead.

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  7. *Bleed

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    If your document includes text or graphics that extend to the edge of the page, it will require a bleed area. Otherwise, there will be a white, 1/16" border along the edges of your document.

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  8. *Finishing

  9. *Folding Options

    View Folded once in the center, creating two, equal halves.
    View Bottom third folded up and top third folded down, overlapping it. Common for letters, flyers, and brochures.
    View Two parallel folds made in opposite directions, resulting in a z-shape fold and creating three panels of equal size. Common for letters, flyers, and brochures.
    View Four panels. Folded in half and then in half again in the same direction. Two inside sections are slightly skinnier for exact alignment when folding.
    View Uses alternating folds to create multiple panels of similar size. Folds resemble the pleats of an accordion.
    View Folded in half creating two equal sections, then turned 90 degrees and folded again in three, equal sections.
    View Folded in half, creating two equal sections. Then, turned 90 degrees and folded again in half for two more equal sections.
  10. *Binding Options

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    Saddle-Stitching

    Saddle-stitching involves inserting staples through the spine of a multi-page document before it is folded. Most booklets and smaller magazines use this binding method.

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