Digital and Offset Printing

What is a Press Check?

2019-06-21T15:39:49-04:00June 21st, 2019||

A press check is an on-site, last-chance proofing step for the main purpose of achieving color accuracy. The press is literally set up and ready to run with your project but, before it does, the press operator brings out a proof on the actual paper right off the press. A press check occurs only after

What does G7 certification mean?

2019-06-03T15:32:15-04:00June 3rd, 2019||

G7 certification is a special status that essentially ensures that we will match the preliminary proof to the final press sheets.  You can read more details about this on our G7 Certification page.  Broudy Printing is one of 23 printers with this certification in Pennsylvania.

What is a proof?

2019-06-03T15:31:47-04:00June 3rd, 2019||

This is a tool used in the printing business that allows a customer to review the color and content of a printing job before it is produced.  Typically, for routine projects, customers will approve a “Soft Proof” or PDF.  This is very effective for speed and convenience. More color-critical print jobs require a high resolution

What is your turn around time?

2019-06-03T15:31:00-04:00June 3rd, 2019||

Although every job is unique, for conventional offset jobs, we typically turn jobs around in 3 to 5 working days after proof approval.  For digital printing, 24-hour turnaround is the norm.  Mailing projects are typically deposited in the mail stream within 48 hours after receipt.

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