Based in London, printpunk.co.uk is your one stop shop for printed products from letterheads and business cards through to banners, pop up displays and exhibition panels.
We love to meet our clients and
Free shipping on UK bound orders over £100 and if you need design just give us a call.
Pop Up Banners
Expo Display Panels
Print For Events
Business Card Printing Options
Every printing job is like a snowflake – each is different and unique. When a person or business owner needs printing they want to make sure that they get quality prints all the time. However, what printing service and print shop to use will depend largely on your printing needs.
As every business needs a good business card, it is a must for all business owners to make them interesting as it can help keep contact with customers. In the past, printing business cards were mostly handled by local graphic designers and print shops. But today, anyone can easily contact print shops in any part of the country, choose a design, enter printing details, pay with their credit cards and have the cards right in their desk in a few weeks.
If you decide to print the business cards yourself you have
o carefully choose the printer that you will use. Color inkjet printers are the most apt for printing business cards but they can be too expensive. You can always use monochrome laser printers but they have limited color selection and this can be a disadvantage if you want to print your card in vibrant colors. Consider the print head resource, cartridge resource and amount of cards to be printed when choosing a printer. Make sure when buying an expensive printer that you have a good reason to buy it. If you need lots and lots of business cards, then consider buying a more expensive printer.
If, however, you decide to get your business cards printed in a print shop know the printers requirements first before submitting your design for printing. Know which format to use and what design will suit your business to meet the printer’s conditions. It is also important to carefully choose the text, graphics, colors, bleeds, backgrounds and borders that you will use. And before uploading or carrying the design to the print shop, find out what file format they prefer. Most printers accept files in PDF and TIFF formats. Online shops also have file upload form in their sites. You just have to follow the instructions there.
Keep in mind that there are thousands of print shops available today, each brags of certain services and specialties. Each will guarantee you quality prints and good service. For this reason, it is essential to carefully research each print shop and it is equally important not to settle for the first print shop that you come across with. There are a lot of choices out there. You just have to sort out all the options to come up with the best in the horde.
A letterpress print shop: Behind the scenes at Boxcar Press
A day of letterpress printing at Boxcar Press. This behind the scenes video gives an inside look at every aspect of the Boxcar Press print shop: from graphic …
A look behind the scenes of Onlineprinters, a leading online print shop
How does an online print shop work? Which steps are involved in ordering printed products on the Internet from data reception to shipping? This video by …
Printers On Press Ep. 9 – Pirate Ninja Printshop – Rockford, IL
For all your screen printing supply needs go to http://www.screenprinting.com/ Check out our facebook https://www.facebook.com/silkscreeningsupplies Find us …
DKgrafix Home Based print shop
Quick and shaky video of my home based embroidery and print shop.
MY PRINT SHOP!
We decided to create a video tour of our print shop. You will get an insider’s look of how we create banners and posters for our customers. Enjoy!