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Business Cards • Brochures • Flyers • Restaurant Take Out Menus • Postcards • Door Hangers • Fridge Magnets • Note Pads • Banners • Car Magnets • Stickers • Calendars • Envelopes • Letterheads • Waterproof Business Cards • Water Proof Restaurant Menus • Water Proof Flyers and Brochures • Newspaper Inserts • Table Tents • Yard Signs • Posters • Indoor Banners • Outdoor Banners • Rack Cards • Tear-Off Cards, Presentations Folders, Silk Business Cards and more

We print 2 copy, 3 copy, 4 copy carbonless business forms. Numbering, hole drilling, wrapping available. 8.5x11, 8.5x5.5 and and all other common sizes available.

We design, print and mail postcards, rack cards, flyers and brochures. We print your address list on your direct mail documents. We made mailing services easy and hassle free.

Coupons (Printing & Distribution)
Newspaper and Magazine Inserts (Printing & Distribution)

Shared Cost Coupons • Newspaper Inserts • Flyers

Website Design: Static web sites, flash presentations, banners (website advertisement), SEO.
Beginners / Online Presence • Professional

Low Budget - Low Cost Websites for web presence or
Creative Web Sites.

Branding, logo design, brochures, web graphics, advertisements . . . just name it and we'll design it. We also offer professional copywriting services for marketing that’s even more effective.

Our local service areas are: Raleigh • Cary • Durham • Wake Forest • Chapel Hill • Oxford • Henderson • Fayetteville • Wilmington • Smithfield • Morrisville • Creedmoor • Butner • Garner • Apex • Holly Springs • Fuquay-Varina • Clayton • Clegg • Parkwood • Carpenter • Knightdale • Lynn Crossroads • Lowes Grove • Neuse • Millbrook • Louisburg • Franklinton • Rotesville • Hillsborough • Hayes • Upchurch • and surrounding area in East North Carolina. Greensboro • Winston-Salem • Charlotte • High Point • Burlington and all surrounding areas in North Carolina.

We accept all online printing orders through our website. To send us ready-To-Print Files, Images or Logo we have a File Upload page that you can upload your files. Once you make a payment we'll send you the link for you to upload your files.

We accept Visa, Master Card and PayPal payment methods.

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Printing Terms

Bleed: Printing that extends to the edge of a sheet or page after trimming.

CMYK : Abbreviation for cyan, magenta, yellow and key (black), the four process colors.

Commercial Printer: Printer producing a wide range of products such as brochures, booklets, magazines, forms, etc.

Cover Paper: Category of thick paper used for products such as posters, menus, folders and covers of paperback books.

Dots-per-inch: Measure of resolution of devices such as scanners, display devices such as laser printers, and monitors. (DPI)

DPI: "dots per square inch," a measure of output resolution in relationship to printers, imagesetters and monitors.

Dull Finish: Flat (not glossy) finish on coated paper; slightly smoother than matte.

Folder: A bindery machine dedicated to folding printed materials.

Fold Marks: With printed matter, markings indicating where a fold is to occur, usually located at the top edges.

Four-color Process Printing: Technique of printing that uses black, magenta, cyan and yellow to simulate full-color images.

Full web: Press that prints from rolls of paper, then cuts into sheet. Prints 16 pages at a time.

Gang Run:
To reproduce two or more different printed products simultaneously on one sheet of paper during one press run.

Gloss: Consider the light reflecting on various objects in the printing industry (e.g., paper, ink, laminates, UV coating, varnish).

Visual elements that supplement type to make printed messages more clear or interesting.

Half web: Press that prints from rolls of paper, then cuts into sheet. Prints 8 pages at a time.

Within a publication, an additional item positioned into the publication loose (not bound in).

Margin: Imprinted space around the edge of the printed material.

Matte Finish:
Flat (not glossy) finish on photographic paper or coated printing paper.

News Print:
Paper used in printing newspapers. Considered low quality and "a short life use." Not commonly used for inserts.

PDF: Adobe software that saves art designs in a "portable device format" suitable for viewing and printing.

Perforating: Creating a line of small dotted wholes for the purpose of tearing-off a part of a printed matter.

Proof: Test sheet made to reveal errors or flaws, predict results on how a printing job is intended to appear when finished.

Quotation: Price offered by a printer to produce a specific job.

RGB: Abbreviation for red, green, blue, the additive color primaries. Used mostly for electronic monitors, not printing.

Saddle Stitch: To bind by stapling sheets together where they fold at the spine, as compared to side stitch.

Tabloid: Using a broadsheet as a measure, one half of a broadsheet.

Trim Size: The size of the printed material in its finished stage (e.g., the finished trim size is 5 1\2 x 8 1\2).

Uncoated Paper: Paper that has not been coated with clay. Also called offset paper.

UV Coating: Liquid applied to a printed sheet, then bonded and cured with ultraviolet light.

Web Press: Press that prints from rolls of paper, usually cutting it into sheets after printing. Web presses come in many sizes.