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438 papers available to showcase your work in an extraordinary way


A variety of sizes, finishes and bindings to suit your needs


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Yes, the price of your quote does include delivery(s).

Please export your print data in PDF format. PDF is a format that prevents any modification of your fonts, images, graphic elements, etc.

Other acceptable formats are:

  • Vectorized EPS;
  • PostScript;
  • TIFF (without text).

WORD, EXCEL, Open Office, or PowerPoint do not generate printable data. For maximum service, you can send us your files and we will take care of the conversion of the files to PDF if possible, charged according to the time of work. It will be necessary to send us all fonts and images used. 

In order to avoid possible defects related to manipulations, a mandatory approval of the generated files will be requested.

You can also send us InDesign files and we will generate the PDF for a fixed price of 20€ HT.

For InDesign files, it is imperative to export with the „save for prepress“ or „package for print“ function to ensure that images and fonts are attached. In the case of Apple Mac fonts – please archive them (in ZIP, RAR, or SITX).

For sending the files, you have several possibilities. You can choose the one that suits you best:

  1. By Email As an attachment to your customer advisor
  2. By yousendit.com / wetransfer.com
  3. by FTP server for file transfer

      3.1. From a PC

FTP server:


FTP & explicit

FTPS port: 21

FTP username: you can choose your username.

Password: you have the possibility to choose your password.

It is better to access via Windows explorer than via Internet explorer. You could easily create a folder and drop the files by copy/paste.

If you receive the message „Error message“, click on the „OK“ button

Then click with the left mouse button and choose the option „log as“ or „identify yourself“.

A message appears where you must write your login.

User name :

Password :

And that’s it: you already have access to our FTP. Put the files in the folder with the name and/or a number of your order. Please inform us once the files have been uploaded by email:  contact@pulsioprint.co.uk

        3.2 From a Mac

We invite you to download the Cyber duck software which will allow you to access different ftp servers.


You have the choice of doing the necessary corrections yourself or you can entrust this work to our Prepress Department as a paid service at a cost of 28€ht/hour.
Please see our tips for preparing your files. See how you can prepare your files.

With Pulsio Print you always have a detailed verification of your files. For your peace of mind. For the quality of the printed product. At no extra cost. Included in the price of the quote. Your consultant will send you the prepress comments after your files are available on our server. The trial is detailed here.

For offset printing, we recommend a resolution of 225 dpi to 300 dpi in order to obtain an optimal result and avoid any risk of pixelation. A resolution of 450 to 1200 dpi is necessary if your file is „Bitmap“. For digital printing, the minimum resolution accepted is 150dpi.

Yes, if you are interested in our quote, we can send you samples of papers and printed products. You can get more information here.

Always remember to add a 3-5 mm bleed on your document to be printed, depending on the product, which is necessary for trimming (3 mm for flyers, 5 mm for stapled brochures).

This means that the images and background elements must be 3 mm larger than the actual finished size of the document at the time of formatting. Your open format print data is therefore 6 mm wider and higher than the actual finished size. For example, for an A4 document, the size will be 303 x 216 mm (297 + 3 +3 x 210 + 3 + 3), including bleed.

Without this bleed, small variations may occur, due to the cutting tolerance during mechanical trimming and therefore white margins may appear.

Also, text blocks and important graphic elements must be placed at least 3 mm from the edge of the actually finished format. It is not advisable to use frames as outlines for text or images near the edge of the document.

For more information, please see the „File Preparation Guidelines“ page and ask your consultant for assistance.

Number of colors (s) and location(s) to be defined for printing.
* 1+0 = 1 front color (Called monochrome, which is the application of a single color) BLACK or other;
* 1+1 = 1 color recto + 1 color verso (Called monochrome, which is the application of only one and same color) BLACK or other.
* 4+4 = 4 colors on the front + 4 colors on the back (Called the four-color process, which is the application of the colors of your choice in CMYK)
* 2+2 = 2 colors on the front + 2 colors on the back (You also have the possibility to print in 2 colors).

What is not a monochrome print, in one color?

When we go to print for the first time, it is normal to think that monochrome printing means that we can print in one color, any color, the one of our choice. If the chosen color is not among the primary colors CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black), we can no longer speak of printing in one color, because for the production of this color it will be necessary to use at least two primary colors. In reality, one must produce two plates in printing on which there will be at least one basic color CMYK, in order to obtain the desired color.

Thus, for an offset printing 4+4 it means that the printing house will prepare 4 plates with the 4 basic colors CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) for the pile part of the page, and also 4 plates with the 4 colors for the face part of the page.

For these reasons, printing in colors is more expensive than printing in black and white.

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