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Offset Printing Guidelines

Read on for more information on our offset printing guidelines.

Learn About Our Offset Printing Guidelines

Learning how to get your file ready for offset printing can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to the process. However, we’re ready to help. We’ve been working with offset printing for several years, and we know how to make the process as easy as possible. On this page, you’ll find links to important information about bleeds, file resolution and dpi, CMYK color requirements, file formats, country of origin, and more. Still have questions?  Don’t worry you have a team of experts to guide you.

Below you may select a must-know option to learn more. If you are still craving knowledge on the offset printing process, our Printing Academy should satisfy you.

Make sure your artwork isn't cut off.
Perfect Glue Area Considerations
Make sure your artwork isn't cut off.
Learn how to set up endsheets in your printing project.
Traditional Endsheet Setup
Learn how to set up endsheets in your printing project.
Prevent content from being cut off by smyth-sewn binding.
Smyth-Sewn Considerations
Prevent content from being cut off by smyth-sewn binding.
Add bleed to your artwork and keep all important design elements inside the safe zone.
Bleed/Safezone/Borders
Add bleed to your artwork and keep all important design elements inside the safe zone.
Our preferred dpi count for crystal clear images.
Resolution
Our preferred dpi count for crystal clear images.
For optimal printing please make sure your color is CMYK.
Color Requirements
For optimal printing please make sure your color is CMYK.
Acceptable file formats to submit your final artwork.
How to Submit Your Files
Acceptable file formats to submit your final artwork.
Learn how to view your proof on a free software.
How To View Your Proof In Adobe Acrobat
Learn how to view your proof on a free software.
You must have 'Printed in China' or 'Printed in PRC' text on your project.
Country of Origin
You must have 'Printed in China' or 'Printed in PRC' text on your project.

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