Here at CSP we understand that not everybody is able to generate a Print Quality PDF, so if you are struggling to produce a print file please contact us on 01622 716636.
We can work with all current Industry standard software, including Microsoft applications. This means our digital printing solutions are tailored around you and your requirements. Looking for leaflet printing? We offer exactly that with advanced options of fold styles.
Print Jargon Buster
Portable Document File, a type of formatting that enables files to be viewed on a variety of computers regardless of the program used to create them. PDF files retain the “look and feel” of the original document.
Red, Green, Blue, a model for describing colours that are produce by emitting light rather than absorbing it. They are known as additive colours because when they are added together they create all colours. RGB colours are what you see on your computer screen, these must be converted to CMYK for printing.
The abbreviation for cyan, magenta, yellow and black. The colours used in our full-colour bespoke printing services.
A colour that’s not produced with our standard four-colour process, the colour is printed using ink made exclusively. It’s used when you require a very specific ink colour.
This is the process used to keep your books and booklets together. There are many different methods of binding; the most commonly used are saddle stitch, perfect, PUR and burst bound.
The process of bending printed sheets in a specific area so the sheets can then be formed into pamphlets, brochures, booklets or any other type of product requiring this process.
A paper fold represented by back and forth folds into three panels. Z folds generally have 6, 8 or 10 panels but ones with more can be created (in multiples of 2).
A type of fold where the piece is folded inward at one end and then folded inward again one or more times. It is as if you are rolling the piece up.
A fold that runs parallel to another fold or a particular edge. This is a type of folding most commonly seen in terms like maps.