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01. Cutting Size
: This is the trim line where the artwork will be cut/cropped off.
02. Safety Area - 3mm Margin (inward)
: All content in here will not be cropped off. Do ensure that all important content are kept within this area.
03. Working Size - 2mm Margin (outward)
: This is the bleed area whereby this portion will be trimmed away. Make sure that you fill this area with artwork background so that there will no visible white edges in final output, as there is usually a shift of 1-2mm in printing/cutting during production. All files are required to be submitted in the working size.
As there is usually a shift of 1-2mm in printing/cutting during production, do make sure to FILL that image all the way to the edge of the working size.
(Working size = cutting size + 2mm margin bleed on all sides)
For best printing results, we recommend to upload images with resolution of above 300dpi. If your image is of low-resolution,
you can sharpen images by increasing dpi but this will not vastly improve the sharpness, or you can print your desired image (low-res) as it is.
Made by pressing colored paper between Rendevous papers.
Top/Bottom: Rendezvous Ultra White 240g
Middle: Color Plan 350g
It is approximately 1.5mm thicker than a regular
Up to 8 different colors
Choose from 8 different colors for the middle section
of the business card.
Product Size: 150x100 (Working Size: 154x104mm)
Product Size: 150x105 (Working Size: 154x109mm)
Cut size is the size of the final print
Cutting errors can cut important data,
so important information or text should work within the safe area
When cutting after printing, the cutting error always occurs
Uncut areas may be visible when trimming errors occur, so trimming allowance is required
The working size is defined as the document size,
including the amount of cutting margin required by the final production.
All data must be received in working size
When printing high quality images over 300 dpi
When printing a low resolution image
with only a high resolution
When printing low-resolution images as they are