WHAT IS BLEED ?
Bleed is used to assure you that your design will look its best and of the highest
quality. Bleed means that the area around each edge of the page is trimmed so that
in the final printing, your graphics are not cut off and the document is done correctly.The
bleed must be done at a minimum of 2 mm and at a maximum of 5 mm
Leaving extra room for the trimming of the printed product
in order to be sure the coverage of ink is complete.
What is 4/4 color?
The term 4/4-coloured refers to the colourfullneess of the front and back of a printed
sheet. Consequently the front and back are printed in full colours.
The term 4/1-coloured refers to the colourfullneess of the front and back of a printed
sheet. Consequently the front side is full-coloured and the back side is 1-coloured
What does CMYK (Euroskala) stand for?
CMYK stands for the four basic colours (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) which can
be mixed to produce any other colour. They form the basis of four-colour sheet-fed
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