Online Printing System is a printing process that bridges the gap between online digital content and commercial print production. The process allows a print house, a client or a graphic designer to create, edit, and approve computer-based online templates during the prepress phase. This process increasingly calls for a Portable Document Format (PDF) workflow environment with output provided by digital and offset printing.


The site currently supports major and popular print products as listed. We are shortly going to introduce more products like vinyl stickers, catalogues, banners, calendars, door hangers, flyers and more.

There are three options for designing and customizing a product. Click a product on the left-hand panel and choose one of the options.
1. Custom Design: lets you customize the products. Click it to open the design studio and use multiple tools to create your own design.
2. Upload Design: using this option, you can upload your own JPG, JPEG and PDF images.
3. Browse Design: use this to select hundreds of pre-loaded templates. Work on them or customize them through our design studio.
The type of paper used for difference purposes is expressed in weight. In the countries following the European system, it is grammes per square metre (gsm or g/m2 or simply g).
The paper used for writing/printing (letterheads and such stationery) is generally between 60 to 120 gsm and is called the paper or text stock. Anything heavier than this is considered the card stock, i.e., the paper used for business cards, postcards, greeting cards, etc.

Coated papers are available in two finishes – glossy and matt. Coated glossy papers reflect the light evenly so they are suitable for almost all types of printing jobs. Glossy papers have a good ink holdout, which is important for creating sharp, bright images.


Our system supports CMYK. All other colour formats will be converted to CMYK.

We do both digital and offset printing, which provides the highest quality of print material for both text and image.
Please note that the RED CUT LINE is where your artwork will be cut at the trimming stage
Yes, but if the border is too close to the cutline, it may be cut off-centre slightly. Our operators cut through many sheets at a time, so watch your borders to avoid an unwanted mistake.
We do not colour match, any files supplied with Pantone colours will be converted to CMYK. Products printed on different substrates with variable coating etc will produce slightly different colours.
No, each order/print run is for one file only. 
Bleed is printed colours that extend past the edge of a page. To cut the job to its actual size the processor has to make sure the job gets printed with 3mm of bleed for litho and 5mm for large format jobs.  
For most products we have supplied a template, a link to those can be found with each product.
If a template is not supplied in general a 3mm bleed is required (that's 3mm on each side) this is generally smaller than other printers and it is important your files meet the bleed requirements.
Please keep all text and anything you do not want cut at least 5mm away from the cut line
For regular printing your files should be 300 dpi files and no less, files below 300dpi may be blurry or pixelated. 300dpi is print quality. The exception to this is for large format , if using a raster program (like Photoshop) you can use 150dpi as the item will be viewed from a distance. However, we recommend using a vector program like Illustrator for banners and sign as this is scalable with no resolution loss.
If you send in a job with Pantone colours, the CMYK conversion will change the Pantone colour. Before sending your order, make sure all Pantone colours have been converted to CMYK. Pantone colours can cause transparency issues where transparency shows up as white as well as other non-desirable issues.