Whether your idea is just a rough sketch on a cocktail napkin or you have fully developed artwork, our Graphics Department is responsible for your satisfaction of the final printed product. It's our job to see that your image appears exactly as you want it to. We have the tools to create high-quality films that will make high-tolerance clichés - better art up front means fewer difficulties on the production floor.
Here in Graphics, we also work with you every time your print job changes. We want you satisfied with this job and every job you ask your machine to complete. It's one more way we strive to fulfill our promise of total customer satisfaction. We're also happy to create the cliché that will accurately duplicate your logo or artwork 1,000 times or 100,000 or 1,000,000 times.
Sending Film: Films sent should be at actual-size with the emulsion side facing down while you look at the image as it is to appear for printing. Please call to discuss before sending films for multi-color or process-color work.
Sending Digital Media: We use PC platforms running Windows operating system and support versions 3.1, 3.11, 95, 98, 2000, NT and XP. Macintosh users should save files with a PC-type file name such as: "filename.eps". The three letter file extension (.eps) should represent the program the file was created in. Some common file extensions are: .ai, .eps, .pdf.
Please note: CAD files (.dxf or .dwg) are NOT considered artwork files. They can be used as guidelines only. Most industry standard graphics applications allow exporting of files to one of the above formats. For questions, please contact us. The following formats are listed in order of preference: