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We can print almost any size! We have a digital print press that prints up to A3 (297mm x 420mm) in size and large format machines that can print up to 1600mm wide and 50 metres long. Not all papers and substrates can go as wide as this, so please ask us for more details.
We have a team of designers who can help set your artwork up ready for professional print. We can either completely set it up for you at a charge of £40/hour or give you advice on what you need to do.
Yes we do! Just let us know the size you would like them, where the creases go and the type of paper you would like them on. Past customers have often gone for Eco Kraft 280gsm card and the size is 265mm x 60mm flat with the creases at 90, 20, 90 and 20mm.
We have some recycled paper in stock but it isn’t always cost effective. All of our papers are FSC approved.
No, only wax based toner for our digital print, and either latex ink for anything that needs to be waterproof and water based ink for our large format prints.
For any parcel up to 10kg in weight and less than 1 metre in length the cost is £16 inc VAT. The price increases for heavier parcels.
We can suggest what binding options for books would work best for you but as a guide we offer saddle stitch (stapled), wirobinding (many rings binding) and perfect binding (glued on one edge with a wrap around cover, like a standard paperback book you’d find in the book shop)
We require 3mm bleed and crop marks on artwork supplied and the file to be supplied as a high quality PDF. We can accept files not meeting these standards but there is a £15 set up fee to make the files ready for our machines. In some cases we won’t be able to use your supplied artwork and will let you know if this is the case and make suggestions about what you can do.
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