Bleeds Explained

Bleeds Explained

When a printed image extends to and off the edge of the paper it is called a “bleed”. In print design, the artwork or block of color must extend off the edge of the page. The artwork or block of color is then printed on larger-size paper. Finally, the printed page is trimmed to the desired size.
The bleed should be created in your original file. If there is no bleed extended, we might be able to correct it, depending on the file specifics. An additional charge will apply.

Bleeds-Guides Instructions

How to create Bleeds for a Print Job

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