To upload an artwork to the DCL Print FTP server, click here:
The server can also be accessed via FTP by connecting to "188.8.131.52" and logging in with your username and password using a FTP client (such as Cyberduck, Fetch). If you do not have a username and password for our server, and wish to use the service in this way, please .
You can email artworks directly to the studio, however due the the unpredicatable way emails can behave, if you have a large attachment we reccomend using a file delivery solution such as WeTransfer, Mailbigfile, Hightail, DropBox etc.
Below is a selection of useful points to consider when preparing an artwork for DCL. It is impossible for us to foresee every possible problem you may encounter, so if you have a query not answered below, please for further assistance.
Bleed is the term printers use for an area of page content that extends beyond the trim size of the page. Bleed is important, as due to tollerances in the finishing of printed material it is possible (if a job does not have bleed) to leave a thin slither of plain white paper at the edge of the finished pages. Ideally we require 3mm of bleed on all artworks supplied to DCL, it is also important to offset any page marks by 3mm so that they do not fall within the bleed area.
Unlike sheet fed page sizes, the depth of continuous forms are set in inches.
To enquire about available sizes please contact us on +44 (0)1293 512 688, or via .
All images should be supplied at a resolution of 300dpi and in the CMYK colour mode.
When using large areas of solid black, using a colour breakdown of 100% black, 40% cyan, 30% magenta, and 20% yellow will produce a stronger, and more consistant black.