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A brief guide - sending PDFs to PrePress workflows and DFEs

If you’re just starting out in the industry and are looking for a quick explanation about the different types of PDF there are, and which format is better to send to press, then you may find the following definitions helpful. We’ve also put together a brief summary of what problems may arise when sending PDFs to both PrePress and the DFE, and have...

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Web offset and Gravure printing - how do they work?

There are a couple of types of printing that we as a business don’t support - web offset printing and gravure printing. But it’s still helpful to know the difference between all the different types, so here we go….

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What is an MIS? And how MISs work for the print industry

Here at Tharstern, we talk a lot about ‘MIS’ because it’s what we do – we create fully integrated and modular Management Information Systems that can be configured to the requirements of your business.

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The History of Printing

Think about the number of printed items we see every day – posters, brochures, menus, books, the list goes on. But where did it all begin?

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Print MIS Reports: Who, what, why?

We know that every customer is going to require a different set of reports in their MIS, so we offer a full range of reports that customers can pick whether they need or not. 

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What does this mean? Printing terms explained

When you are new to the printing industry, it can be a bit daunting - all the terminology that you may have never heard of before and you have no idea where to begin.

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Commercial Printing Processes: How do they work?

There are a few different types of commercial printing, and when you aren’t familiar with the processes they can be tricky to get your head round, so we’ve put together a brief overview of each of the main processes.

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