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What are your preferred PDF export settings?

Use the following export settings when you are exporting from any program like Indesign or Illustrator. This guarantees correct export of .pdf files. EXPORT SETTINGS […]

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How do I make sure my blues don’t turn out purple?

When you want some blue in your design, always leave a minimum 30% difference in your Cyan and Magenta values. 100% C 100% M 0% […]

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How do I setup a Spot Gloss UV artwork?

For a job of Spot UV, include a template file of Spot UV and a file of regular print. The template file of Spot UV […]

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What is meant by overprint and ways it can affect my file?

Overprint is exclusively used for intentional overlapping of inks for numerous reasons, but it can originate unexpected results. All the overprint objects are recommended to […]

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Should I send a mockup proof with my art files?

It is not required but can sometimes be helpful in explaining your vision to our Pre-Press design team.

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How do I avoid transparency issues?

Before saving a life, you can resolve Any issues in transparency. To prevent this, do not use glows, shadows or any further transparency (image or […]

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How do I set up my files for proper rotation?

At Print Peppermint, we love to receive Print Ready format files that have appropriate rotation. When you files aren’t perfect, it is no problem because […]

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Are borders in my artwork acceptable?

Yes, but on our standard production line products you may get off-center cut results. On our premium and custom products that are done in smaller […]

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Can you write on Roll Labels?

You can easily write on Semi-Gloss with no lamination and even Eggshell Felt using ball point pens. If you allow it to be fully dried, […]

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What are the benefits of laminating Roll Labels?

For maximizing label protection, protection from abrasion resistance and extreme temperature, also protection from any chemical exposure, over laminating Is proved to be a great […]

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Do you offer lamination for roll labels?

For a few substrates, we provide sometimes clear gloss overlaminate in 1.0 mil or it can be clear silk overlaminate in 1.0 mil.

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What is the minimum suggested font size for roll label printing?

A font that is 8-point or greater is recommended to be used on all Roll Labels  that are Bright Metallic so you can evade thin […]

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