Most jobs will be printed within 5 – 10 business days depending on product chosen after you finalise your order. We only use reputable freight companies and depending on your location, should arrive the next working day or up to 3 – 5 days.
Yes we can if it can be digitally printed. We will try and accommodate your request as much as is possible. Always let us know upfront if it is urgent otherwise our standard turnaround times will be given. There may be an increased charge depending on the nature of your job.
We are here because of you, our customers… and while our systems are very user friendly and highly automated, we haven’t forgotten that we need to be contactable too. Our extremely helpful staff are only a phone call away on 1300 33 00 50 or email at sales@Print4Less.com.au Print4Less Advertising
It is the Customer’s responsibility to ensure that the electronic files supplied comply with Print4Less Advertising’s file specifications requirements and that the files supplied are correct and able to be printed as soon as they are supplied. Files supplied without bleed will be printed as they are supplied under the assumption that this is the Customer’s requirement. It is the Customer’s responsibility to ensure that any materials supplied for printing do not breach relevant copyright legislation. Print4Less Advertising accepts no responsibility for any copyright issues. No assumptions or judgements are made by Print4Less Advertising in relation to the correctness or acceptability of any electronic files supplied to us. Electronic files are printed as they are supplied and there will be variations between finished printed products and the same file being printed on various proofing devices (ie. Inkjet printers and the like). Customers must also understand that our printing process will result in colour variations between orders and exact colour matching cannot and will not be provided by Print4Less Advertising . Colour variations will occur from job to job and run to run. Please do not order from Print4Less Advertising if you require an exact colour match or are uncertain with any aspect of your supplied electronic files. Under no circumstances will electronic files be kept by Print4Less Advertising for future use by the Customer. Electronic files must be supplied with each and every order. It is also the Customer’s responsibility to understand the nature of the various stocks that we print on and the impact of different finishing options will have on that stock (ie cracking). Print4Less Advertising assumes that its Customers are fully aware of this impact before any orders are placed. Print4Less Advertising accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any cracking caused by folding of brochures or the like. NO REFUNDS OR REPRINTS will be provided for any breaches of the Customer’s responsibility contained within this clause.
A computer image that uses mathematical descriptions of paths and fills to define the graphic, as opposed to individual pixels. Can be scaled to any size without loss of quality.
Stands for Tagged Image File Format and is the preferred file format used for bitmap images in the graphics industry. The best format to use when you don’t want to lose quality in your image.
These colours are usually printed as solid areas and used when fewer than four colours are needed or when the four-colour process (CMYK) is unable to accurately reproduce a colour. A spot colour is usually based on a standard PMS colour which is a premixed Ink.
The accidental transfer of the printed image from one sheet to the back of the sheet above it.
Heavy card weight stock can get unsightly bumps when folded. To prevent this a score is made along the fold line using a scoring wheel on the printing press. A shallow indentation is thus made ensuring the item folds neatly.
A method of binding where the folded pages are stitched through the spine from the outside, using wire staples. Usually limited to about 64 pages.