- Things You Should Know
- File Prep
- Print Specs
Print as few as 10 CD insert cards on sturdy 14 point thick coated card stock. CD insert cards are sized at 4.75" square to fit perfectly in CD jewel cases
Clubcard prints your art in brilliant full color on one or both sides of the stock using our our advanced digital printing press to ensure crisp details and fine photo or art reproduction.
This 14 point coated card stock is a great choice for professionally printed CD inserts when you're on a tight deadline, only need a small amount, and when you want to print several types or different kinds of artwork on your order.
So if you want to order 10 different CD inserts at 10 each, just order 100 inserts and select 10 types.
All of us at Clubcard Printing want you to feel confident knowing your CD inserts will turn out exactly as planned as we bring over a quarter century of printing experience and design knowledge to every project.
Can I Get A Color Proof For 14pt Coated Cards?
If you are concerned about color, be sure to request a printed proof for this product. This gives you a chance to see how the colors and finish turns out before we print your project.
Should I Use Solid Coverage With 14pt Coated Cards?
Due to limitations with digital printing, solid coverage colors may show striations or streaks. We do not recommend printing artwork with large areas of solid coverage. The finished product may show mottling, striations and less than even color results throughout the run. Make sure to request a printed proof when ordering these cards, so you get to see how it looks!
What Does The Gloss Look Like On 14pt Coated Cards?
This stock is coated prior to printing, and it is more of a semi-gloss sheen than a high gloss. When in doubt, ask for a free sample pack to review this stock prior to ordering.
Will Gradients Show Banding On 14pt Coated Cards?
Sometimes gradients aren't as smooth in print as they are on screen. Request a printed proof when placing your order so you can see first hand how it will turn out prior to production.
What Values Should I Use For Black And Grey Colors?
Unlike offset, we recommend using a 100% K build for black, and black only values for greys. This ensures the crispest edges and a neutral grey.
What Is The Difference Between C1S vs. C2S vs. Uncoated?
Depending on artwork, it may print better on Uncoated, or Coated stocks. For artwork with a lot of white or empty space, we would generally recommend an uncoated stock. For artwork with full and/or heavy coverage, we will recommend a coated stock (C2S). Artwork with heavy coverage on one side, and a lot of white space on the other, we would recommend a coated 1 side stock (C1S).
Is There Color Variation On Solid Blue?
For great blue results, we recommend a 30% difference between your Cyan and Magenta levels to ensure a nice rich dark blue, rather than purple.
Technical Specifications + Templates
Bleeds: all files must have a 1/8" bleed on each side
Live Area: keep all critical text and artwork 1/8" inside the trim
Colors: supply your files in CMYK color (Pantone/RGB colors will be converted or rejected)
Resolution: 300 dpi minimum (400 dpi preferred)
Fonts: fonts must converted to curves/outlines (we do not accept fonts).
Transparencies: flatten all transparencies
Types Of Files We Accept: MAC & PC files from Photoshop (PSD), Illustrator (EPS or AI), CorelDraw (CDR or EPS), Adobe Acrobat PDF, TIFF or JPEG.
Digital Printing using dry electrostatic transfer system
14pt gloss coated two sides cover, 30% post-consumer waste (350gsm or 130lb)
Full Color Both Sides (4/4) or Full Color One Side (4/0), using PxP-EQ toner