File Fixing at PrintCarrier.com – We Get the Bugs Out!
To ensure flawless results, lots of details need to be kept in mind and view. Just for starters, you have to remember to set the right resolution and make sure that the bleed marks are correctly placed. And so on and so forth …
Fortunately, our service includes a data check at no extra charge. What does this entail? It means that we go over your artwork with a fine-toothed comb before placing it in the queue for production. If any mistakes catch our attention, we offer you our file fixing service.
What Happens During File Fixing
If, while performing the data check, we notice any errors that in our opinion mean your file isn’t quite ready for printing, our file fixing service goes into action (provided that you’ve given us the green light first). Competent, highly experienced staff of PrintCarrier.com then tackle your artwork, tweaking it so it meets all of the requirements for ideal results.
An Ounce of Prevention: How to Avoid the Need for Repairs
We’ve put together a collection of tips and tricks in our help section to assist you in quickly, easily and above all correctly creating print-ready files. Especially for the inexperienced, it’s a goldmine of useful information. The explanations cover everything from creating a file for printing all the way to tips on resolution and file formats. Even for old hands, they are a handy reference work whenever more complex issues arise.
Don’t Run Any Risks!
Nothing is more annoying than a print job gone wrong. Particularly if the fiasco is due to prepress problems that could easily have been avoided. Foresight is better than hindsight, so you should always inspect your print data multiple times before submitting them. If you miss anything, you can then still count on our data check to nip the problem in the bud.
For an extra dose of protection, we also offer a premium data check. This service makes sure that the following are in order:
- correct spacing of important elements
and also evaluates these aspects:
- colour mode
- whether fonts are completely embedded
- OPI information
- use of standard PDF
- sharpness of texts, photographs and graphics
We highly recommend it – after all, better safe than sorry!