How long will it take to get my order?

We print & Deliver within 3 – 7 days however there might be a delay in shipping depending on your location.

 

What are your design fees?

Our fees start at a minimum $45 for a single side dl flyer design. Get a precise deign quote by emailing your design requirements to info@starprint.net.au 

 

Can you print urgent jobs?

We do urgent jobs with 2 -3 day delivery time depending upon the Printing requirements.

Can you print jobs that are different than the standard formats that you offer?

Yes we print customized formats. Get a quick quote Email us with your job specs we will send you the best price.

 

What is offset printing?

Offset printing is the use of a printing press and inks. Four different coloured inks cyan, magenta, yellow, black (CMYK) are applied one at a time on the press as the paper passes through. One colour or PMS inks are applied seperately or in addition to the CMYK inks. Inks need to dry before cutting and drying times vary according to the colour and weather.

 

What is Digital Printing?

Digital printing uses a method similar to the way a photocopier works. Powders are heated and fused onto the paper. Being instantly dry and this is a very fast way to print.

 

Can I send you documents created in MS Word or PowerPoint?

No. The files we prefer to take are PDF format

 

What other file formats can you take?

We can take InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, or our most preferred method is PDF files. If providing Ind, AI, or PSD files please outline text, flatten artwork and supply any linked files.

 

What is the difference between the RGB and CMYK colour space?

RGB refers to the primary colors of light; Red, Green and blue, that are used in monitors, television screens, digital cameras and scanners. CMYK refers to the primary colours of pigment used by commercial printers: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. These are the inks used on the press in “4-colour process printing”, commonly referred to as “full colour printing”. We require files in CMYK formatand not in RGB.

 

What is the difference between full color and 4 color products?

Full colour and 4 colour mean the same thing

 

What is bleed?

Bleed is a term used to describe an overflow of artwork 5mm beyond the artwork size (or trim size. This bleed will be later trimmed of for a flush finish.

 

Do I have to put bleed on?

Yes all files must be provided with bleed, if no bleed is provided uneven white card/paper will still be visible on your final result.