To avoid added expense and/or delays to your project, when supplying
graphics to NECD/SuperDups, please be sure that your files are prepared
to our specifications. We recommend that you use NECD/SuperDups
supplied template files and review our specifications prior
to submitting your artwork for approval. Customer supplied graphics
that do not conform to NECD/SuperDups specification are subject to addtional
Final graphic layouts are accepted in electronic format as QuarkXpress
(.qxd), Adobe Photoshop (.psd), Adobe Illustrator (.ai
& .eps), TIFF (.tif), Bitmap (.bmp) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
from both MAC and PC platforms. It is best to save text as part
of the image. Fonts should be supplied formatted Mac postscript,
and/or imbedded, rastorized, or converted to outlines.
images should be in CMYK at
a minimum of 300dpi (600 dpi is recommended and preferred.)
should be provided 600dpi. When preparing .pdf files, please be
sure that artwork is not downsampled to a lower resolution.
It is best to utilize the templates available on our website. Overall
dimensions include a 1/8" bleed area for trim allowance - For
a proper print bleed, we require a 1/8 outer and inner bleed safety
margin. Your supplied images/color should extend 1/8" beyond
the final trim size to ensure a clean edge after trimming. Critical
elements should be placed at least 1/8" within the actual cut
lines to avoid being trimmed. (click
here to view our templates).
Color you see on your monitor may not match exactly the printouts
you provide to us. Likewise, the color from our printers may also
vary slightly. We cannot guarantee an exact match to your printouts.
Hardcopy color proofs are available at upgraded cost upon request.
Graphic files that are greater than 20MB combined must be submitted
on disk. Acceptable media formats are CD, 100MB zip disk or 1.44MB
floppy. Please specify whether media is Mac or PC formatted. Project
graphics smaller than 20MB may be emailed to email@example.com.
NOTE: E-mailed files require a valid
SuperDups project number as part of the subject text or the email attachment
will be deleted from the file server.
Options include thermal (black) printing, color thermal, non-thermal
and silkscreen. Please refer to respective templates when providing
images for CD face printing.
Note: The Graphics Standards file is in the .pdf format. You can
get a free PDF viewer
We'll be happy to help you prepare your project.