What is a printing bleed and why you need to consider it

          For those who prepare their own projects for printing, many problems arise in understanding what the printing bleed is and why it should be used. We hope that this article will help you understand the thing. Printing and bookbinding machines have a larger or smaller margin of error depending on the device class. To correct, hide inaccuracies in machines, printing bleeds are used. The bleed is the area of graphics of a certain width, usually 2-5 mm on each side, by which the size of the graphics should be increased before being sent to print. Let's use a practical example that best reflects the essence of the matter. Suppose you want to print cards in poker size (63 x 89 mm). The card has graphics…
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