How We Differ from Online & “Big-Box” Print Companies

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Big-box printing companies are much like big-box stores. The service is impersonal, and while the selection may be fairly large, it can’t be customized to fit you. In fact, it’s a lot like the introduction of Henry Ford’s Model T. You can order any color you want as long as it’s black.

Reprographics in New York City–What Do Our Customers Really Need to Know? The View from Our Side

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Doing business in New York City is like no other place in the world. It’s fast, it’s furious, and it’s competitive. In short, it’s challenging and exciting. From our perspective, having more than 10 years serving clients of all types and sizes in Manhattan and the surrounding counties, it’s about the backdrop of the dynamic…

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How to Add Crops and Bleeds in Microsoft Publisher

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Microsoft Publisher can be used to create documents that need to be printed.  If you require that a document have a bleed effect, please use the information below to set up your document using Publisher 2010.  For reference, please click on our description of a bleed document to see what a document should look like…

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RGB vs. CMYK vs. PMS Colors

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It is important to understand the difference between RGB, CMYK, and PMS colors when preparing artwork for print.  In order to produce the most accurate printed color, files have to be started and finished in the CMYK or PMS color space.  Artwork files that are setup in RGB will most likely have a color shift…

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The Newest in Printing Ink Technology–No Ink

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You can’t have printing without ink, right?  Not always.  The fax machines of the last century used temperature sensitive paper and heat to reproduce printing on a page.  The quality was lousy. The only color was black on white(ish) paper, and any sort of photo was almost impossible to reproduce.  OK, so you can’t have…

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