Submitting Files

If you would like to download these instructions, they are available in PDF here. If you have any questions, please contact your salesperson or CSR. Jobs sent into Printing Partners for digital printing or conventional printing should adhere to these guidelines as closely as possible. By meeting these guidelines, there is a greater opportunity to reduce the overall cost of …

Glossary

Welcome to Printing Partners of Indianapolis, Indiana. Here is a long list of terms that we or other printers may use. In this printer glossary, there are no dumb questions. Who knew 4/4 didn’t equal 1. If you are lost please give us a call 317-635-2282 or Request an Estimate 1/1 Designation of one color front/one color back on any …

Dimensional Ink Guide

It’s an advancement in printing you can both see and feel. Taking printing to a new level is the tactile experience provided by Dimensional Clear Ink on the NexPress. Printing Partners is proud to offer its customers the ability to give specified text and images a “raised” or 3D effect, making your next piece something unique and original in this …

Binding Guide

An online guide to the various types of binding methods that we offer. Wire-O, Spiral & GBC Wire-O Bind Example Spiral Bind Example (Plasticoil®) GBC Binding Example Advantages: Lies flat; pages can be removed without deletion; adaptable to different paper types; offers singe-sheet insertion for flexible page count; bindings come in a wide variety of colors. Advantages: Lies flat; pages can be …

Equipment List

An overview of our production equipment with their sizes and specifications. Commercial Press Heidelberg SpeedMaster XL 106 Ink: UV Number of heads: 8 with in-line coating Minimum sheet size: 13.39″ × 18.90″ Maximum sheet size: 29.53″ x 41.34″ Maximum image area: 29.13″ × 41.34″ Gripper: 0.43″ Perfector*: Yes Additional features:In-line coating enhances the printed sheet with multiple coating options including …

Mailing Guide

Need some quick guidance on USPS postal regulations? We have a USPS Postcard Mailing Safe Area Template that will help you figure out where the barcodes and addresses are going to go. This area described is for the minimum requirement. You will notice there is very little room on the back of the 6″x4″ postcard with the required safe area …