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Specification of printing

Please send us materials in a form of CLOSED files with the following parameters

  • type of file: PDF or cdr
  • The CMYK colour model
  • Typefaces changed into italics (also in case of preparing works in an Adobe suite)
  • black texts must have printing option switched on and consist of 100 % K (staging black in case of texts is unacceptable)
  • all placed graphics in a resolution 300DPI,
  • the sum of covering paints on the surface of uniform background may not exceed 320%, deep black recommended: C:40 M:40 Y:30 K:100,
  • -a file must be in a BRUTTO format, so it should have bleed of at least 3 mm,
  • cutting lines should be marked,
  • all important texts, information and significant graphical elements should be at least 3 mm from cutting edge,
  • composite files even if a project has less than 4 colours with a spectrum of colours CMYK + potential additional colours Pantone
  • multi-page works should be sent in a one file, assuming that one page in a file is one page of work, order of pages in a file must be the same as number of pages, if it has blank pages, please give us information where exactly,
  • document must be centred in a file, each page must have the same settings,
  • if a work requires it, there must also be markings /typesetting/perforation

Refinements and cutting lines are prepared in a following way:
– spot varnish UV, coated on a project or as a separate page, additional colour Spot Color, called VARNISH and with printing switched on
– cutting die coated on the project or as a separate page additional colour Spot Color, called CUTTING LINE and with printing switched on

When one of the conditions mentioned above does not come up to the requirements of specification, we can (if it allows) inform about this fact with a request to send a corrected file.

When we print a file which is prepared properly, we are responsible for any discrepancies between print-out and project with an omission of colour intent because colour can differ on the monitors. Printed proof should be made for a payment in case of colour intent.

When we print a file which is prepared improperly, we are not responsible for any discrepancies between print-out and project.