In the last 24 hours we have detected an outbreak of Covid-19 within our facility. Given that, we have a skeleton crew in today to deep clean the facility while the balance of the team members complete testing.
Our primary focus right now is supporting our afflicted team members and completing work currently in process. With that being said, we are taking no more work with files ready dates before Tuesday, January 18th, 2022.
We strongly recommend getting orders in as soon as possible since we expect the production to fill up quickly.
We are sorry for this inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
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Adobe® InDesign® Tutorials:
- Set Up InDesign® Document for Full Bleed Printing, Click Here.
- Change the Default Unit of Measurement in InDesign®, Click Here.
- Export "High Quality Print" PDF from InDesign®, Click Here.
Adobe® Acrobat® Export Profile:
Use this export profile in Adobe® Acrobat® to create High Resolution PDF files ready to printing at Short Run Printing, Ltd. Using this profile will assure the highest quality output from your source files. It is also optimized for our Digital Printing Presses to reduce the likelyhood of incorrect output. The profile is free of charge and available for download at http://www.ShortRunPrintingLtd.com/Resources/FAQ/PDF_Profile.php.
What is Full Bleed?
Definition: Full Bleed is a printing term that refers to printing that goes to the edge of the finished piece (No white border around the outside edge). Bleed information is the extra 1/8" (outside the trim area) in the digital file that accounts for "Printer Bounce". This way your project can be printed on larger paper and trimmed to the final size you request without having white borders around the outside edges. Unlike some print service providers, we do not charge extra for Full Bleed Printing, we just ask that you have your files set up properly.
View this helpful PDF for instructions on how to properly set up a project for Full Bleed Printing, Full Bleed Spec Sheet.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do you have a question? Check our FAQ to see if it has already been answered... The FAQ is broken into 5 sections.