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Frequently Asked Questions

What size is a business card?

The standard dimensions for a business card are 90mm x 55mm, which is the general size to fit into a wallet or card holder.

You don’t need to stick to this size, however. For a point of difference, try going square or even narrower.

Speak to us about what is the best size for you, or read our blog on how to make your business card stand out from the crowd.

How do I get a quote?
You can fill out our online quote request form or simply call us on 8231 4733 or email hello@created2print.com
What size is DL?
See below for common paper sizes:

DL  99mm x 210mm

A4  210mm x 297mm 

A3  297mm x 420mm

A2  420mm x 594 mm

A1  594mm x 841 mm

What is the difference between offset and digital printing?
Offset: Basically your artwork is transferred onto an aluminium plate. The artwork is then transferred onto a rubber blanket and the rubber then rolls the image onto your paper. The ink isn’t transferred directly onto the paper, rather it goes through a process from computer to paper. This means the ink doesn’t move, and so, allows a high level of accuracy and crisp printing.

Digital: This method of printing does not use plates, which means it doesn’t go through a process like offset does. It transfers your artwork directly from computer to paper, using toner or liquid ink.

Click here for more on the advantages for each.

How long will it take my job to print?
This depends on what kind of job you are printing. The time will be determined by quantity, what kind of finishing there is (is there folding or cutting?) and whether there are any special embelishments (foling, diecut etc…).

Digital printing usually take less time than offset, but its best to ask your rep what timeframes to expect.

Do you have a Graphic Design service?
Yes! We have a team of highly experienced designers who specialise in all design for printed collateral and digital marketing (social media & e-newsletters).