We have been in operation for more that 35 years, offering consistent service and staying abreast of current trends and offering a good service at a fair price.
We are located at Zip Print House, 14 Kommetjie Road, Fish Hoek. There is ample parking opposite our building. We have Sales Reps that service the greater Cape Town area.
We are open 8am to 5pm monday to thursday, 8am – 4:30pm friday and 8:30am to 12:30pm Saturdays.
You can drop off the print ready artwork on disk in pdf format or email the print ready artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or your sales representatives email.
Not quite, the Front Shop is primarily for print-on-demand customers, such as short run digital prints in colour or black and white, poster printing, plan printing, binding, design and is manned by our exceptional front of house staff and Director Matthew Mabin
The rest of the building downstairs houses our litho machines, design, finishing department, large format vinyl printer, high speed production machine, IT , die-cutting and signage.
Upstairs is accounts, Director Stephen Bland and the sales team that service the greater Cape Town area.
Yes we do and should you need courier services we can arrange that at a fee or you collect.
CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (K) – these are the 4 process colours that make up an image in colour – this is what colour laser printers use. Black and white printers use K (black) only.
Spot colour is a specified colour ie: pantone that needs to be mixed to match the colour specified and is done by the ink suppliers for specific jobs. This is used as an additional colour for Litho printing and more suitable for longer runs.
RGB stands for Red, Green, Blue and is the colour ratio we see on screen, sometimes the screen colour cannot be matched as the printers use CMYK and spot colour to achieve the colour ratios!
Artwork for digital should be supplied as a PDF and CMYK for Laser Printing. should there be a spot colour for litho this needs to be named as a specified colour (pantone) before the PDF is saved.