Ultra shiny AND touchy feely
Sooooo tactile. Our raised spot UV finish brings even the unprinted parts of your design to life. With shininess so thick, you can feel it. And the two options of finish on our paper options means Raised Spot Gloss Business Cards really shine.
Each Pack contains 100 Cards (Your order QTY will be in Multiples of 100)
Raised Spot UV Card
At Tazama you can order your digitally prints online for a competitive price. In order to provide you with the best price possible, we’ll need your help.
While designing and saving your file, please follow our checklist below.
• Only upload PDF documents in the same dimensions that you ordered.
• Add a bleed of 3mm. The bleed is the area of artwork that is extended beyond the actual dimensions of the document. We use this to avoid strips of white paper showing on the edges of your print, should the batch be misaligned when cut to size. Read more on bleeds.
• Use CMYK (fullcolour). We print in fullcolour, so make sure your file doesn’t contain RGB or spot (Pantone) colours. Read more about use of colour.
• Use high resolution images. So you know you won’t be counting pixels on your prints! We recommend a resolution of at least 225 PPI, but 300 PPI is perfect. Read more on resolution.
• Save your file as PDF/X-1a:2001. This ensures that your PDF file is flattened correctly so that nothing changes when the file is sent to press. Read more on how to generate a PDF/X-1a:2001 file.
Preparing folded cards:
When ordering folded postcards, make sure to design the card folded open as individual pages. Page 1 in the file is the outside of the card and page 2 in the file is the inside of the card. It’s exactly like having the card opened up in front of you.
• Use a safety margin of 3mm from the trim line, free of important text/objects.
• Convert text to outlines if necessary.
• When ordering in black print, only use black in your design.
• Design small black text as C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:100.
• Place multiple designs in 1 PDF file in ascending order:
front - back - front - back.
• Do you want to upload a landscape design while having ordered a portrait orientation or vice versa?