How should I prepare my artwork so it is ready to print?

If the answer below seems a bit technical  please download our Booths preparing artwork for print and check your document meets the recommendations. is our. Or you can contact us for more support.

In brief we like artwork supplied as:
PDF document,  Output/destination/FOGRA 39, 3mm bleed, high resolution images (300dpi), single pages (not spreads), in reading order (not printers pairs), all spot colours converted to CMYK – unless you have specified spot colours.

I have an unusual print request. Can you help?
We’re used to dealing with print projects of all shapes and sizes from straightforward items such as flyers to much more complex requests, so the chances are that we’ll be able to provide whatever you’re after. The best thing to do is contact us with as many details as possible about your project so that we can further advise you. We’ll go out of our way to meet your needs and produce a final product you can be proud of.
How long will it take to print my project?
Lead times for print projects will vary greatly on a number of factors, including the complexity of the work being done and the number of copies you require. If you get in touch as early as possible we will have a better chance of delivering your project in the timeframe you require. That said, we’re always keen to accommodate the needs of our customers so if we can fit in a short notice request we’ll do so. Get in touch to discuss your requirements and we’ll be able to advise you on how long it’s likely to take.
Is there a minimum job size that you're prepared to take on?
No – we’re equally happy to take on your print job no matter how big or small. Although we’re set up to be able to deliver large projects efficiently, we’re also able to accommodate smaller orders.

Our digital printing department is particularly well suited to cost-effective short print runs.