Print Specifications

Fineline Printing Group’s goal is to provide customers with the highest quality product at the lowest cost—as quick as possible. Ensure that the artwork transfer process goes smoothly and efficiently by following these guidelines. And, remember that your Fineline representative can answer questions as you develop your artwork.  File Formats Accepted Saving InDesign Files as […]

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Folded Direct Mailer FAQs to Increase Engagement

Folded Direct Mailer FAQs to Increase Engagement

You may have heard that print marketing is dead, but research shows the opposite is true. Marketers report that sending a folded direct mailer can create more engagement. In 2017, companies spent $167 per recipient on folded direct mailer campaigns and sold $2095 worth of products per person—a ROI of 1255%! 56% of customers found folded direct […]

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Postal Regulations for Folded Self-Mailers

Postal Regulations for Folded Self-Mailers

I often joke that you need a doctorate degree to understand the complex and constantly changing details of the Postal Service’s mailings regulations. While folded self-mailer regulations changed a few years ago, it is always good to get a refresher. A few years ago, regulations changed to make the process of high volume mail pieces […]

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9 Things to Know About the 2018 USPS Rate Change

9 Things to Know About the 2018 USPS Rate Change

The official motto of the United States Postal Services is not “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds”, contrary to popular belief. The official mission is much less poetic and all about providing postal service to everyone in the U.S. That […]

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Offset Printing Vs. Digital Printing

Offset Printing Vs. Digital Printing

Have you ever wondered how those beautiful brochures you hold in your hand get produced? Or how those flyers, folders, and postcards come out crisp and shiny? Printing is a complex process made up of several steps. A lot goes into those pieces we hold and admire–finishes, stocks, sizes, cuts, folds, binding. It’s as much […]

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