In printing terms, a ‘Proof’ is a simulation of how your document will print after all the corrections and procedures take place in our prepress workflow software. It is your last and best opportunity to make sure that your print job is produced the way you expect it to. By carefully inspecting the proofs you can help us assure an accurate delivery of your print job to your expectations.

Yes, we create digital ‘proofs’ of your artwork before your files are printed.
Approval of the proofs at this stage is necessary for the printing process to commence.

We typically use an online proof system whereby you remotely approve a proof of your job on your computer screen. We also provide proofs to our press operators so they are guided in producing your print job to your expectations.

There are differing technologies and wide variations in calibration used by each device. As a result, there may well be some differences in colour as seen on your computer monitor, your desktop colour printer and the final printed piece produced on a four-colour offset press.

Yes, but only for long-run work as our web printing presses can only run at high speed. Please contact your Account Executive to discuss this and to schedule a time to attend during the printing of your job.

Yes. We perform a series of preflight steps with all customer pdf files received to determine if they are in print-ready format and error free. Until you approve the soft-proofs of your job that have been processed through our prepress system you are free to make changes to your files.