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Sizes
Final Trim Size
Final trim size – see the template – marked with red line.
Full Bleed Size
See blue outline on the template (to download above).

PLEASE NOTE!
Even if your artwork does not have any background colours or design elements extended to the bleed area, always use the full bleed size. To ensure the correct size of your artwork, mark it out with a rectangle at the lowest layer (without any outline or filling), or for a bitmap, frame the artwork appropriately.
Bleed
Artwork background and all objects adjoining the edge of the final piece must be extended over the edges to the bleed. The size of bleed for this artwork should be 2 mm at each side.
Scoring Description
If your artwork will be scored, perforated or folded, please describe where the scoring should be and the direction of the single (V), roll (C) or concertina (Z) fold in the comments to your order.
If possible, please mark where the scoring should be with a thin line on the bleed or the edge of your artwork.
Template
In order to make the designing of your business cards easier we suggest downloading a template to prepare your job with.

Download file:
Template for 2xDL single folded (V) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xDL roll folded (C) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xDL concertina folded (Z) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 2xDL single folded (V) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 3xDL roll folded (C) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 3xDL concertina folded (Z) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 2xA6 single folded (V) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 3xA6 roll folded (C) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 3xA6 sconcertina folded (Z) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 2xA6 single folded (V) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xA6 concertina folded (Z) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xA6 roll folded (C) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 2xA4 single folded (V) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 2xA4 single folded (V) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xA4 roll folded (C) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xA4 concertina folded (Z) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 2xA5 single folded (V) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 3xA5 roll folded (C) leaflet with landscape layout  
Template for 3xA5 sconcertina folded (z) leaflet with landscape layoutZ  
Template for 2xA5 single folded (V) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xA5 concertina folded (Z) leaflet with portrait layout  
Template for 3xA5 roll folded (C) leaflet with portrait layout  


Graphics
Colour Model
Prepare your artwork in CMYK model (except for artwork with additional colour). If your artwork contains halftone images (textures, photos), convert it also to CMYK.
Using different colour spaces or colour models in one document (e.g. CMYK and RGB) leads to incorrect colour rendering and is not covered by warranty.


When defining your own CMYK colours, the total tonal value at one point should not exceed 300% (for one-side coated cards, 200% should not be exceeded on the uncoated side, and, in particular, placing saturated solids in the same place on the face and back of the printed piece should be avoided). If this parameter is exceeded, no warranty claims shall be accepted. (The above mentioned rule means, for example, that black cannot consist of four 100% components.)

For printed materials to be laminated, the total tonal value at one point should not exceed 250%.


Using ICC ISO Coated v.2_300 profile is recommended, whenever possible, as it limits color components to 300%, unlike ISO Coated v.2 profile, which allows components to achieve up to 330%.
Rich Black
To achieve solid, saturated black, use black composed of the following components: 60%C 55%M 50%Y 100%K. For digital print, use the following components: 33%C 33%M 33%Y 100%K.
Gray Large Solid
Offset printing: Grey solid should be created using all CMYK components. Values: C:50% M:40% Y:40% K:22%
Digital printing: If you want the background to be grey, compose it of the 'K' component only, without using the remaining 'CMY' colours.
Tone Gradation
To avoid visual bands, add some noise to your gradation.
Optimum Resolution
Optimum resolution for bitmaps (graphics, photos) is 300dpi.
Layout
Please set texts and any important information (graphics, photos, text) at least 3mm from the edge of a page (in actual trim size) and from scores for folding.
When rotating your artwork by -90 degrees please check whether the bitmaps rotate correctly.

In case of saving your artwork as CDR file, please group all the objects and convert all fonts to curves / paths.
In your file please define your artwork size in accordance with above mentioned size and place your artwork centrally on a page.
If you save as EPS file the artwork which has no background (white), please frame it to above mentioned size.

Due to cutting tolerance some slight movements in relation to artwork edges may occur. For that reason we recommend to avoid those kinds of framing where such distortions could be visible.

By default utilities are reversed "Head to Head"


Saving to File
File Formats
Preferred: PDF
Accepted: CDR, TIFF, JPG (not recommended). 
Please note: In case of INDESIGN software, we accept only PostScript files. Otherwise, please use the Comment section to inform us: "Attention: InDesign file. Convert to PS, please".
PDF, EPS, PRN
Accepted: CDR, TIFF, JPG (unrecommended). We are adding the extra fee 3,5 pln, for the preparation of the pdf file to orders with jpg files.
Please note: In case of INDESIGN software, we accept only PostScript files. Otherwise, please use the Comment section to inform us: „Attention: InDesign file. Convert to PS, please"
Additional Information
When saving to a PDF file, set the graphics to high resolution. Save your PDF files as PDF/X, PDF/X-1a or PDF 1.3 (Acrobat 4.0.)

If you have text in your artwork please remember to convert it to curves / paths or attach used fonts to your file (refers only to PDF files).
Don't convert texts to bitmaps!!!

 If your artwork consists of more than one page, please save all pages in a single file. If the chosen file format does not allow for saving all pages in one file, please save them in two separate files named face and reverse. (projekt_awers.tiff, projekt_rewers.tiff)
In case of preparing separate files for finishing, please include in their name information, which sides concern.

If you send more than one file, please send them in ZIP format if possible.

 In case of TIFF files please save them as single layer files, with no additional channels. For complex projects with multiple layers, overlapping graphics, shadows, transparencies etc., as far as possible, flatten to a single background image, retaining texts, logos, lines and other important elements of the project in the vector form only. In particular, this problem concerns CorelDRAW X4, where in extreme cases, despite a good-looking PDF file, the printout may contains errors.


Additional Information
Please keep in mind that due to differences in printing technology and colour presentation, some differences in colours may occur also when compared to inkjet printouts or colours displayed on a computer screen.


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