Modern computer technology has made it possible for anyone to create all kinds of visually attractive documents that can be easily printed and/or distributed. When these documents need to be printed and distributed using commercial methods, there are several rules that need to be followed. The documents you send us must respect all of these rules, most of which come from the world of commercial printing. It is important to note that the whole area of color, and particularly printing of color documents requires specialized knowledge and specific tools. The same document seen on three different computers will look different. Because of this, color specialists use calibrated tools and software that allow them to better anticipate the printed results. Crop marks, registration marks, folding marks, bleed, RGB, CMYK. All of these are technical terms that play an important role as you prepare your documents, We suggest that you download (PDF, 2.2mo) a reference document that will help you adequately prepare your files for printing. If you need help, we have a team of graphics artists that can handle the preparation of all the visual files required for your project. Feel free to call us any time if you require further information.


Whether you need 1 or 100,000 copies of your CD or DVD, we have a solution for you. There are two methods of duplicating CDs or DVDs: burning or writing recordable discs (CD-R / DVD-R), factory pressing, called "replication", using a special press. Recordable media are normally used for short runs and/or to meet rush [...]


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The discs we produce are exact copies of the master disc that you give us. Meaning that it is absolutely essential that you check your master carefully before giving it to us. Here are some things you should keep an eye on: Test, check, check again and ... check again! Make sure that your [...]


Short runs (fewer than 300 copies) are made using digital technology. The discs are burned and then printed using thermal or ink jet equipment and the paper documents (insert sheets, folders, jackets) are printed using color laser printers. Print runs over 300 are factory produced. The discs are pressed (replicated) and then printed using [...]