FAQ’s

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Why doesn't my screen match what I got from ReachMiami?

Computer screens use RGB colors. The universal printing process uses CMYK colors.screens on computer screens the colors look vivid and nice because the back light of the screen goes to the colors and into your eyes. When it comes to printed pieces the ambient light affects the way the colors look of the paper because the light reflects off the paper into your eyes.

What image resolution is best for my press-ready files?

You should always use 300 dpi images.

if I have a border of my desig,n will it be even all-around?

Because again Ron process we use, waters will never be even 100%. The best way to get the effect you want, which is for the border to be even all around, leave us much of a border as you possibly can, no less than 1/16 of an inch.

Does ReachMiami use Gang Runs?

Yes we only use Gang Runs because is the best way to give our customers the lowest price possible. Gang Runs are a very common thing nowadays is a printing industry.

Are PMS colors allowed?

ReachMiami only works with the CMYK color printing process. There are absolutely no PMS colors allowed because of our Gang Run to process. If you want to give the illusion of a PMS color, we should just let you use one of the four CMYK colors and that will give you the flak effect that you won on a particular color.

What do I do if the size I want to print is not listed in the website?

ReachMiami will print any size you want, but sometimes the size you want might not be on the website. If that’s the case please call us at 786-508-8743 and we will give you a quote over the phone.

When should I use UV Coating?

If you intend to write on the printed piece, you might not want to have us UV coat your job. Also, if you’re going to have the printed piece printed on, you won’t want any UV coating.

What is a Bleed and how does it work?

Bleed is the area you should leave around the each piece, so that when we trim them we don’t cut any vital information of the piece itself. You should always leave at least 1/8 of an inch. Computers use decimal numbers to display dimensions, for this case 1/8 of an inch translates to .125.