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Old 05-24-2017, 11:01 AM   #1
Linna p
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Default Web printing issues

Hi there, we are a designing company outsourcing our printing requirements, I recently had a run of booklets printed with web printing method due to to the amount of pages and units, the booklets arrived and their covers are 1mm to 3mm shorter than the inner pages, I have contacted the printers and they said that the inners were printed as a web printing while covers were printed wit a different process and with the heat of the web printing process the inners tend to "grow" after printing and trimming, I have never seen this happening before and my question to you is: is this really to be expected from web printing or is this careless production from printers? What are the trade standards on this type of printing?

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