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225 Viscoloid Avenue
Leominster, MA 01453


Phone: 978-534-5255


Hours: EST
Mon. - Thurs: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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What exactly is Web-to-Print?

A Web-to-Print Printing System is a prepress process that bridges the gap between online digital content and commercial print production. The process allows a print house, a client or a graphic designer to create, edit, and approve computer-based online templates during the prepress phase. This process increasingly calls for a Portable Document Format (PDF) workflow environment with output provided by digital and or offset printing.

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How does Web-to-Print help my print business?

The Web-to-Print solution makes your company run more efficiently and profitably by streamlining your business processes, maximizing your resources, and eliminating redundant operations.

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How many products does your site support?

The site currently supports many products and with our Web-to-Print design capability the sky is the limit.

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What options are availalbe for product design?

There are three options for designing and customizing a product. Click a product on the left-hand panel and choose one of the options.

1. Custom Design: lets you customize the products. Click it to open the design studio and use multiple tools to create your own design.

2. Upload Design: using this option, you can upload your own JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, EPS, AI, PDF and PSD images.

3. Browse Design: use this to select hundreds of pre-loaded templates. Work on them or customize them through our design studio.

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What is paper stock and card stock?

The type of paper used for difference purposes is expressed in weight. In the countries following the European system, it is grammes per square metre (gsm or g/m2 or simply g) and in the US system it is Pound (lb).

Paper used for writing/printing (letterheads and such stationery) is generally between 60 to 120 gsm (20 to 70 lb) and is called paper or text stock. Anything heavier than this is considered a card stock, i.e. the paper used for business cards, postcards, greeting cards, etc.

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Explain the difference between glossy and matt paper stock.

Coated papers are available in two finishes – glossy (shiny and smooth) and matt (flat and lusterless). Coated glossy papers reflect the light evenly so they are suitable for almost all types of printing jobs. Glossy papers have a good ink holdout, which is important for creating sharp, bright images.

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What color formats are supported by your site?

Our online Web-to-Print system supports RGB (red, green, blue) for producing digital prints. We have accurately mapped color pallet to match RGB to CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) to ensure proper 4-color printing.

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What is the resolution of output file?

300 dpi (dots per inch) is the resolution of the output file.

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What printing method do you use?

We utilize in-house offset, digital, and letterpress printing processes with full-bindery capabilities.

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Are the prices listed on the site final? How do I know the total cost?

The price list indicates basic prices of products against the speculative quantities. The prices are calculated with regard to the most basic paper/card types, sizes and single side printing. As you know, the final printing cost depends on many parameters: paper/card weights or thickness (GSM/Pt), glossy or matt finish, 2 or 4 colors, square or rounded corners, single or double side printing, quantity, destination shipping charges and the mode of transport. Please use the indicative prices for calculating the basic cost. As you place your order and choose your options pricing will be calculated on the fly and the subtotal plus shipping will be your final price at checkout.

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