We accept the following files. Please contact us for details before uploading unlisted file type.
The resolution of your artworks should at least be 300dpi (300 pixels per INCH or 118 pixels per CM) to create high quality printing matters. If your image contains texts, we suggest you use higher resolution artwork up to 600dpi.
Before creating PDF files, please create outlines for all the fonts, or attach the TrueType TTF fonts you used in the artwork, as we do not print directly from the PDF files)
Texts in image files (JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG) will not be printed as sharp as other formats with text layers like Corel Draw, Illustrator, Photoshop, PDF, Freehand, Indesign... We suggest you send us your source files with texts layers to us to get better printing result. If you do not have the source files, please use higher resolution artwork up to 600dpi.
Add 3mm bleeds all round if your job needs to print right to the trimmed edge.
Supply CMYK tiff or .eps images, not RGB.
Larger areas of black will print beautifully if a "rich black" is used. We suggest making a new colour using 80C, 60M, 50Y, 100K. This will produce a deep, lustrous black. Make sure text is not set to print in this four colour black! Text or fine line work should be left 100K only.
Pictures with LZW compression cause problems - if you must use compression, use JPEG, but be aware that the more you compress the worse the picture will print.
Don't change any default trapping settings. Trapping is rarely a problem on our equipment.
If your job uses spot colour leave them as spot colours rather than converting them to CMYK. Our equipment uses tailored lookup tables to accurately make these conversions on the fly.