Frequently Asked Question


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What is the standard delivery time?
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we can deliver you with all your printing needs within 5/6 working days
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Do you do express delivery?
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Yes, we can do express for a premium cost, ask us for a quote.
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What files formats do you accept as print ready?
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We only accept print ready pdf with a minimum of 3mm bleed after the correct size.
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Can i place an online order?

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Yes, we take online orders with upload facility of files and payment processing.
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Do you create artwork?
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Yes, we have a dedicated design studio in-house with a team of expert designers.
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Do you do direct mailing and distribution?
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Yes, we can do mailing and distribution. Please ask for a quote.
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How would I approach you guys at Bumboom print to get a Quote?
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Just utilise online estimate request form by clicking here. Other than that the most ideal approach to guarantee that we get all the data important to do a precise statement, is to call us and talk with one of our client care delegates.
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To what extent will it take for you to finish my Order?
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Each and every job is different as some of them can be completed in minutes while some may take a few days to finish. You can tell us when you need it and we will try to finish it as soon as possible. We go to great lengths to meet even your most demanding timelines.
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What is the best file format for submitting a document for printing?
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The Portable Document Format (PDF) is generally the preferred file format for submitting a document for printing as it works with virtually all professional printing and digital output devices. By design, a PDF file incorporates the information needed to maintain document consistency from system to system. Most other file formats such as Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Microsoft Word are easily converted to PDF format.
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What is proof and why is it important?
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A proof is an irregular duplicate of your printed record utilized for visual review to guarantee that the design and shades of your archive are actually how they are expected to be. A proof is made before sending the archive to the press for conclusive printing. Usually, we will create a proof that will be sent to you online in PDF form or on printed paper. For multiple-color jobs, we can produce a proof on our output device to show you how the different colors will appear on the final product. Your endorsement on the last confirmation is the best affirmation you have that each part of our work and your own is right, and that everything peruses and shows up the manner in which you planned. Errors can and some of the time does occur. It benefits everybody if blunders are trapped in the sealing procedure as opposed to after the activity is finished and conveyed.
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What is the difference between coated and uncoated paper?
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Uncoated stock paper is nearly permeable and economical, and is regularly utilised for such applications as paper print and essential highly contrasting replicating. Covered stock, on the other hand, is made of greater paper having a smooth shiny completion that functions admirably for imitating sharp content and striking hues. It will in general be increasingly costly, in any case.
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What is halftone printing?
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Halftone printing changes over a ceaseless tone (strong zones of dark or shading) photo or picture into an example of various size specks that reenact persistent tone. While analyzing the page intently, you will see a progression of specks dispersed marginally separated. At an ordinary survey separation, be that as it may, the dispersing between specks turns out to be basically imperceptible to the eye and what you see is a nonstop tone.
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What are Pantone hues?
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Pantone hues allude to the Pantone Matching System (PMS), a shading coordinating framework utilized by the printing business whereby printing hues are distinguished by a remarkable name or number (rather than only a visual reference). This helps ensure that hues divert out the equivalent from framework to framework, and print race to print run.
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What kind of products and services do we provide at Bumboom?
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We are a full assistance shop and offer a wide scope of items and administrations that incorporate balance, computerised and enormous organisation printing. To see a full posting and portrayal of what we can offer you, if it's not too much trouble see the Products and Services region in the Customer Service Section of our site.
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What is a bleed and why is it important?
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Bleeds is the term for printing that goes right to the edge of the paper. The best approach to do this is to make your document.125″ too huge in the two measurements. For example, in the event that the last size is 8.5″ x 11″, at that point make your report 8.75″ x 11.25″. Now create your design with the idea that the layout will be cut off where those guides are….because that is precisely what is going to happen. Make sure that any photographs or backgrounds that you want to bleed go clear out to the perimeter of the document, past the guidelines.
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Can I order multiple pieces?
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To keep things simple, please place a separate order for each different printed piece you want produced. For instance, in the event that you need 3 distinctive 11×17 pamphlets, if it's not too much trouble put in 3 requests. Clearly, the cost for 3,000 of one pamphlet isn't equivalent to the cost for 1,000 every one of 3 distinct handouts, so it is smarter to get a custom value quote by sending us the email.
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What is offset printing?
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Offset printing is a technique where the inked image is transferred (or "offset") from a plate to a rubber blanket, and then to the printing surface. At the point when utilized in mix with the lithographic procedure (which depends on the aversion of oil and water), the counterbalance method utilizes a level (planographic) picture transporter on which the picture to be printed gets ink from ink rollers, while the non-printing territory draws in a film of water, keeping the non-printing zone sans ink.
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What are the advantages of offset printing?
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Consistent high-quality images with Offset printing produce sharper and cleaner images and type than digital printing.
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What is digital printing?
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Digital printing is a method of printing in which the data and images are printed directly from the computer onto paper.
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What are the advantages of digital printing?
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Cheaper low volume printing, while the unit cost of each piece may be higher than with offset printing, when setup costs are included digital printing provides lower per unit costs for small print runs.
  • Faster turnaround time.
  • Variable data printing.
  • Better for the environment. Advanced printing utilizes dry ink or toner, which doesn't radiate any VOCs in printing. Likewise, this printing technique delivers significantly less paper squander then counterbalance, in light of the fact that the set-up time is shorter.
  • More accurate proofing.