Has the COVID-19 Crisis Impacted Your Small Business? Here’s How to Find Your Plan B

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The COVID-19 crisis has changed just about everything in our daily lives, so naturally, it has also changed the way we do business. As a small business owner, you’re likely feeling the hit. The good news is that you can always find a Plan B—a solution that will keep you up and running no matter…

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How to Submit Print Ready Art to a Printer

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Working in the printing business is often fast-paced and hectic. Some jobs come in and are shipped pretty quickly while others can linger in the shop for days or even weeks. The difference between the two is that some customers submit “print ready” art while others submit art that our designers have to rework almost…

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Governor Murphy Declares Printing an Essential Business

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In today’s tumultuous COVID19 times, Governor Murphy closed non-essential businesses in New Jersey.  In his speech, the Governor specifically identified printers as essential. Some may be asking why, since people may associate printers with only making postcards and such. But there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes that go well beyond making postcards….

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The Differences Between Gloss, Matte, Uncoated Paper

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When using printing servies, one of the choices customers have is whether to use uncoated, matte, or gloss paper. These differences may not be apparent to someone who is not familiar with printing, however, but the finished result may not be what you expected when the wrong type of paper is used. All paper starts…

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Choosing the Right Print Binding

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Not all book/catalogue/portfolio bindings are the same. Depending on budgets or thickness (the number of pages) there are several ways to bind. And choosing what kind of binding is an important part of a finished printed project. Saddle Stitching Saddle stitching is the most commonly used binding and the best economically. First, the pages are…

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