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29 October 2012

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Tom Harle

Crazy talk

Gerry Simons

I've recently completed a letterhead for a client that required what my printer referred to as a 'precise' bleed? I added 4mm to be on the safe side. They came back spot-on so I can't complain.

Elmor Go | 48 Hour Print

Bleeds are placed so that nothing in the design might be cut off during the cutting process. That is why when your printer gives you bleed dimensions - COMPLY. It's for your own good. Thanks for posting!

Richard Kline

Although printing might be quite accurate these days, die-cuts are not (not including laser die) and to have different printing standards for die-cuts would be kind of a pain.

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