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|A4 Portrait (210 x 297 mm)||Adobe indesign|
|A4 Landscape (297 x 210 mm)||Adobe indesign|
|A5 Portrait (148 x 210 mm)||Adobe indesign|
|A5 Landscape (210 x 148 mm)||Adobe indesign|
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|A4 Portrait (210 x 297 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
|A4 Landscape (297 x 210 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
|A5 Portrait (148 x 210 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
|A5 Landscape (210 x 148 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
|A6 Portrait (105 x 148 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
|US Portrait (99 x 210 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
|Square Large (210 x 210 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
|Square Medium (148 x 148 mm)||Adobe Indesign|
Offset Lithography printing (Litho): Litho printing makes it possible to provide larger quantities at unbeatable prices. Images and text are created with wet ink and transferred to each page with aluminium and rubber plates. This method is more extensive than its 'digital’ counterpart, but is the most cost-effective option when you order bigger printed batches.
Digital printing method: the ‘Digital’ option is the most well known method of printing. It uses four colours (CMYK) with toners and inks to print digital files. This option is cheaper than ‘litho’ printing for smaller quantities, because there are less starting costs, less components involved, and no ink drying time necessary when printing.
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