PRODUCTS

1. Custom Design: lets you customize the products. Click it to open the design studio and use multiple tools to create your own design.

2. Upload Design: using this option, you can upload your own JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, EPS, AI, PDF and PSD images.

3. Browse Design: use this to select hundreds of pre-loaded templates. Work on them or customize them through our design studio.

4. Professional Design Services: We offer professional design services. Please click here for more information and pricing.

Standard Flyer/Book Stock weight & conversion

100lb Book/Text (150GSM weight): Premium flyer stock, generally used for brochures or booklet printing.

 

Common Cover Stock (card stock) weights & conversions

10pt Cover (approximate conversions)
0.010" Thick / 252 GSM / 93lb Cover

12pt Cover (approximate conversions)
0.012" Thick / 270 GSM / 100lb Cover

14pt Cover (approximate conversions)
0.014" Thick / 308 GSM / 114lb Cover

16pt Cover (approximate conversions)
0.016" Thick / 350 GSM / 135lb Cover

UV Gloss: Very glossy and reflective finish, difficult to write on with a ballpoint pen.

Matte: Dull Aqueous coating, non-reflective and can easily be written on with a ballpoint pen.

UV Gloss on Front Only: UV Gloss will be applied to the front side only and the back will remain uncoated. This option is popular if you would like to be able to write on the back of your card.

SpotUV
UV Gloss is applied to select areas of an uncoated cardstock giving those specific areas a high gloss and very slightly raised appearance.

Silk Laminated with SpotUV
After printing your card will be coated in Silk Lamination to give it a silky smooth protective coating (also makes it very difficult to rip!). After Silk Lamination, UV Gloss is applied to select areas of an uncoated cardstock giving those specific areas a high gloss and very slightly raised appearance.

PRINTING

For best results files should be uploaded in CMYK colour mode. Files created in RGB mode will be converted to CMYK which may result in a colour shift.

300 dpi (dots per inch) is the resolution of the output PDF file.

We use offset printing, which provides the highest quality of print material for both text and images. Short runs may be printed digitally.