Foil Colors for Traditional Foil Stamping
Notes: Foil colors are very difficult to capture since the color changes as you change the angle of the foil. Only use this as a rough reference. If the foil color is critical, we recommend going to our office to check out the color in person. ...
Recommended PDF Export Settings for Print within InDesign
But first, control the bleeds! For the highest quality and fastest production times, this step is critical before exporting your final file. Part I - Set up your artwork with bleeds Go to file-document settings and adjust your bleed to .125". The ...
Staple Saddle Stitch Booklet Page Count Determination and Limitations
Staple saddle stitch books need to have a page count that is divisible by 4. This is because we actually print on a bigger sheet, then fold it in half. Each half page represents a page. The below image shows how we count pages for a staple saddle ...
Using Output Preview to Check Spot Colors
This is one of our most used tools for more technical projects. Using output preview helps us quickly determine if a file is set up correctly for spot color processes. Requirements: Adobe Acrobat and a PDF file. Open adobe acrobat and select tools on ...
Stroke Thickness Guidlines for Embossing, Debossing, Foil Stamping, and Letterpressing
Embossing and Debossing Minimum Stroke thickness - 1 point Letterpress Minimum Stroke Thickness - .25 point Foil Stamping Minimum Stroke Thickness - .25 point Quick Way to Check Your Stroke Thickness Pull your file into illustrator Create a line and ...