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Printing

What We Print ?

Business Cards, Brochures / Flyers, Postcards, Magazines, Souvenirs, CD / DVD

Why We Print ?

Very often designers do not print and printers do not design. If you have come across these kind of issues you do not need to worry now. We will take your head aches as a task and will print and deliver your stuffs to your doorstep on time. Our top quality printing agents always looking forward to do their best.

Check our printing prices under price list.

Saamart Printing Process

If you have the print ready files you can get those files printed. Please check the required specification before you upload your file. If your file is printable we will send you the invoice. Once you settle the invoice we will start printing your job.

  1. Fill our Detailed Printing form (Business Cards, Brochures/ Flyers – for all other printing requirements you need to request a quote)
  2. Upload your file
  3. You will receive the invoice
  4. Printing will start once we received the payment
  5. Delivery

Please read the following specifications before you upload your printing files.

Why do fonts need to be created to outlines?

Fonts need to be created to outlines to prevent any defaulting from occurring when we open your file. Essentially what you have just done is told the program to not see the type as being part of a font face, but instead to see it as a graphic element.

Do I have to put bleed on?

Yes all files must be provided with bleed. If no bleed is provided uneven white card/paper will still be visible on your final result. Not putting bleed on your document will not prevent your job from being printed.

How do I add bleed to my file?

1. Set up a new document to the exact file size of the product you are ordering. E.g.: A4 Letterheads, your document would be 210 x 297mm. 2. Any colour or images that you want to go right to the edge of the product need to be placed into your design, but also get them to spill over onto your art board (white space surrounding your document) by at least 2mm. 3. Keep all type at least 3mm from the edge of your document.

Colour

Black’s not always Black.

Black’s are not always black… there are different breakdowns to make different black’s. Below are our recommendations. We do not recommend more than 300% total ink density.

How well will my job match what I see on my monitor?

Due to wide differences in monitor calibration and the different technologies used, some printed colours may not exactly match the colours on your specific monitor. We recommend using the Pantone colour system when selecting colours for your jobs.

What is the difference between the RGB and CMYK colour space?

RGB refers to the primary colours of light, Red, Green and Blue, that are used in monitors, television screens, digital cameras and scanners. CMYK refers to the primary colours of pigment used by commercial printers: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. These are the inks used on the press in ?4-colour process printing?, commonly referred to as ?full colour printing?. Commercial printers cannot print in RGB your files should be converted to CMYK before providing them to us.

Why do certain colours look different from a re-print?

There are many possible factors that can affect the colour on your printed materials. The weather outside can play a part in affecting how the ink dries on the paper, and can change the colour slightly. The ink density and constant on-press fluctuations in colour, printing press running temperature or blanket wear, may also affect colour slightly. It is impossible to expect any professional printer to produce exactly the same printed blue on two separate days.

File Formats that we Print

Print ready PDF, EPS, TIFF, AI