Common Color Printing FAQs
As a local print shop, we hear many of the same questions from our customers concerning their print job. We’ve collected some of those with our answers concerning common color printing FAQs. Read on to be educated!
How big can you make this file?
This question usually refers to a small digital file or physical photo and the ability to enlarge it. We’re not talking the size of the material in this case. In short, go BIG! The bigger the image is the better a printer will be able to enlarge it to your desired size.
What should my image resolution be?
The same goes for file resolution. If you want anything enlarged, the best practice to have the it at 300 dpi (dots per inch) or better. Read More
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|Melissa Cook , Dominion Resources|
|I have to sing a praise for Scott. He is here working on our KIP and noticed the HP T1300 was plotting our AutoCAD prints sideways. He pointed out that it was recognizing the paper width as 35.9”, and said that since we were sending 36” wide prints it was automatically rotating them because it didn’t think the paper was wide enough. He unloaded the paper, slid the roll over about 1/8”, and it seems to plot fine. Now that’s service!|
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Hackworth was founded in 1991 when it first started out printing blue prints and technical documents. Today, we are a full fledged document and technology solution organization, all thanks to the inspiring leadership of Dorothy and Charlie Hackworth and their son Charles. Read the full story here…