Envelopes 1 & 2 Color

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Description

Available in many different sizes, Envelopes can send a variety of materials. We can print any image or text anywhere on the Envelope, so long as there is room for addressing and postage.

1&2 Color printing does not allow for bleeds. For more information, see the "File Setup" tab.

Recommendations

The most common order options are #10 Regular Envelopes (9.5" x 4.125") on 24# Bond paper. To match the company letterhead, they are almost always printed in 1 or 2 colors, including a Pantone color, on one side (1/0, 2/0) and do not have coating. #10 Envelopes fit standard 8.5" x 11" letterhead folded in thirds.

For orders with 4-Color printing, please check out our 4-Color Offset Envelopes.

Marketing Tips

Printed Envelopes are a great way to reinforce a company's identity and create a clean, consistent impression. These are the professional touches that show high attention to detail and help you manage your brand consistently.

Size

Standard Sizes

Our standard sizes, listed below, are the most popular in the industry:

  • #9 Envelope
  • #9 Envelope w/ Window
  • #9 Envelope w/ Security Tint
  • #9 Envelope w/ Window & Security Tint
  • #9 Remittance Envelope w/ Extended Flap
  • #10 Envelope
  • #10 Envelope w/ Window
  • #10 Envelope w/ Security Tint
  • #10 Envelope w/ Window & Security Tint
  • A-2 - 5.75" X 4.375"
  • A-6 - 4.75" X 6.5"
  • A-7 - 7.25" x 5.25"
  • A-8 - 5.5" x 8.125"
  • 6 1/2 Remittance Envelope w/ Extended Flap
  • 6 3/4 Envelope - 3.625" x 6.5"
  • 6 3/4 Envelope w/ Security Tint - 3.625" x 6.5"
  • 6 3/4 Envelope w/ Window - 3.625" x 6.5"
  • 6 3/4 Envelope w/ Window & Security Tint
  • A-9 - 8.75" x 5.75"
  • 6" x 9" Booklet
  • 6" x 9" Catalog
  • 9" x 12" Booklet
  • 9" x 12" Catalog
  • 9.5" x 12.5" Catalog
  • 9.5" x 12.625" Booklet
  • 10" x 13" Booklet
  • 10" x 13" Catalog

  • Each size (above) indicates the finished size of the Envelope.

Paper

24# Smooth Writing

This is a premium uncoated, text weight, watermarked stock. Choose your paper color preference after placing your order. You have 5 paper color options: Solar White (97 brightness), Avon Brilliant White (93 brightness), Natural White (hint of ivory), Baronial Ivory (true ivory), and Antique Gray (subtle gray).

24# Linen

A premium uncoated text weight, watermarked stock enhanced with a subtle, woven linen finish. Choose your paper color preference after placing your order. You have 5 paper color options: Solar White (97 brightness), Avon Brilliant White (93 brightness), Natural White (hint of ivory), Baronial Ivory (true ivory), and Antique Gray (subtle gray).

24# Laid

This is a premium uncoated text weight, watermarked stock with a nuance of handmade finish. Choose your paper color preference after placing your order. You have 5 paper color options: Solar White (97 brightness), Avon Brilliant White (93 brightness), Natural White (hint of ivory), Baronial Ivory (true ivory), and Antique Gray (subtle gray).

24# Bond

You may be familiar with this from slightly heavy uncoated photocopy paper. Ours is smoother than typical.

28# Bond

You may be familiar with this from heavier uncoated photocopy paper. Ours is smoother than typical.

70# ClassiC Crest

A very smooth, premium uncoated cover style stock from the world famous Classic Crest line. Choose your paper color preference after placing your order. You have 4 paper color options: Solar White (97 brightness), Avon Brilliant White (93 brightness), Baronial Ivory (true ivory), and Antique Gray (subtle gray).

Color

2/2 (Two Color Both Sides)

Two colors on both sides of the sheet, including Pantone colors. This option can reproduce exact Pantone colors. A typical example of this is brochures with specific corporate or team colors.

Please note:
In order to reproduce Pantone colors, we will use ink of that specific color. Pantone colors in your file must be specified as the Pantone color you desire. Do not convert the Pantone color to CMYK. While many Pantone colors can be reproduced using blends of CMYK inks, this approach is only available when you order 4-Color Offset or Digital. This is because our 1 & 2 color presses have a maximum of two ink stations.

While many colors can be built as a blend of other colors (for example, red and yellow combined create orange), our 1 & 2 Color printing requires that your files specify that you want orange (Pantone #165) and not a mix of red and yellow.

We get rave reviews for our 1 & 2 Color printing. Following the guidelines above will make it easy for you to get what you want. If you don't know the Pantone color equivalent for the color you want, you can find a Pantone sample book at most art and design stores.

2/1 (Two Color Front / One Back)

Two colors on the front and one color on the back, including Pantone colors. A typical example of this is a flyer.

Please note:
In order to reproduce Pantone colors, we will use ink of that specific color. Pantone colors in your file must be specified as the Pantone color you desire. Do not convert the Pantone color to CMYK. While many Pantone colors can be reproduced using blends of CMYK inks, this approach is only available when you order 4-Color Offset or Digital. This is because our 1 & 2 color presses have a maximum of two ink stations.

While many colors can be built as a blend of other colors (for example, red and yellow combined create orange), our 1 & 2 Color printing requires that your files specify that you want orange (Pantone #165) and not a mix of red and yellow.

We get rave reviews for our 1 & 2 Color printing. Following the guidelines above will make it easy for you to get what you want. If you don't know the Pantone color equivalent for the color you want, you can find a Pantone sample book at most art and design stores.

2/0 (Two Color Front Side Only)

Two colors on the front, including Pantone colors, and no printing on the back. A typical example of this is letterhead.

Please note:
In order to reproduce Pantone colors, we will use ink of that specific color. Pantone colors in your file must be specified as the Pantone color you desire. Do not convert the Pantone color to CMYK. While many Pantone colors can be reproduced using blends of CMYK inks, this approach is only available when you order 4-Color Offset or Digital. This is because our 1 & 2 color presses have a maximum of two ink stations.

While many colors can be built as a blend of other colors (for example, red and yellow combined create orange), our 1 & 2 Color printing requires that your files specify that you want orange (Pantone #165) and not a mix of red and yellow.

We get rave reviews for our 1 & 2 Color printing. Following the guidelines above will make it easy for you to get what you want. If you don't know the Pantone color equivalent for the color you want, you can find a Pantone sample book at most art and design stores.

1/1 (One Color Front / One Back)

One colors on the front and one color on the back, including Pantone colors. A typical example of this is a flyer.

Please note:
In order to reproduce Pantone colors, we will use ink of that specific color. Pantone colors in your file must be specified as the Pantone color you desire. Do not convert the Pantone color to CMYK. While many Pantone colors can be reproduced using blends of CMYK inks, this approach is only available when you order 4-Color Offset or Digital. This is because our 1 & 2 color presses have a maximum of two ink stations.

While many colors can be built as a blend of other colors (for example, red and yellow combined create orange), our 1 & 2 Color printing requires that your files specify that you want orange (Pantone #165) and not a mix of red and yellow.

We get rave reviews for our 1 & 2 Color printing. Following the guidelines above will make it easy for you to get what you want. If you don't know the Pantone color equivalent for the color you want, you can find a Pantone sample book at most art and design stores.

1/0 (One Color Front Side Only)

One color on the front, which may be a Pantone color, and no printing on the back. A typical example of this is letterhead.

Please note:
In order to reproduce Pantone colors, we will use ink of that specific color. Pantone colors in your file must be specified as the Pantone color you desire. Do not convert the Pantone color to CMYK. While many Pantone colors can be reproduced using blends of CMYK inks, this approach is only available when you order 4-Color Offset or Digital. This is because our 1 & 2 color presses have a maximum of two ink stations.

While many colors can be built as a blend of other colors (for example, red and yellow combined create orange), our 1 & 2 Color printing requires that your files specify that you want orange (Pantone #165) and not a mix of red and yellow.

We get rave reviews for our 1 & 2 Color printing. Following the guidelines above will make it easy for you to get what you want. If you don't know the Pantone color equivalent for the color you want, you can find a Pantone sample book at most art and design stores.

What is Pantone?

Pantone and PMS are terms often used in the printing industry to refer to the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM -- a trademark of Pantone, Inc., a subsidiary of X-Rite, Inc. The PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM is the definitive international reference for selecting, specifying, matching and controlling ink colors. This system is often used as a way to specify an exact color, such as a corporate identity color.

Coating

No Coating

This product prints in a professional, finished quality.

Turn Times

Explanation of Turnaround Time

See a quick chart showing turnaround times

Turnaround times begin when the proof is approved. All times are based on standard business days Monday through Friday excluding federal holidays. Please note that turnaround time does not include shipping or mailing time. You may select from available production turnaround times and your preferred shipping time as you place your order.

File Setup

Templates
File Preparation

In order to ensure your files are print-ready, we recommend that you upload them in PDF format. When you generate a print-ready PDF, your computer will use the settings in Adobe Acrobat Distiller or any other PDF generating programs you may use. Please make sure that these are set properly before generating your PDF file.

We also accept .JPG (JPEG), .EPS and .TIF (TIFF) file types, however PDF is the preferred format.

Check your file to make sure it meets our file creation guidelines. This will help speed up the production of your project and give your printed piece the best results.

  1. Use the CMYK colorspace (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, blacK). These are industry standard printing colors. CMYK colors are different than RGB (Red, Green, Blue), which are used to display colors on your screen.
  2. Use a minimum resolution of 300 dpi for image files.
  3. Specify trim area with crop marks. (Don't place crop marks inside the work area.)
  4. Artwork should have 1/8" (0.125") bleed extending past the trim line. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.
  5. Safe Area is the 1/8" (0.125") area inside the trim line. Do not put critical information or images within the Safe Area. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.
  6. If you want printed borders, they must be placed a minimum of 1/8" (0.125") inside the trim line and include bleed. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.
Bleed and Safe Area

We require that you extend any images that run up to the trim line a minimum of 1/8" (0.125") past the trim line to create "bleed". Depending on what program you use to create your file, this may or may not change the total image area of your file. Programs like Photoshop that do not allow the creation of "bleed" or the addition of crop marks will require an image area that is 1/4" (0.25") larger than your desired final overall image area in both dimensions.

Safe Area is the 1/8" (0.125") area inside the trim line. Do not put critical information or images within the Safe Area. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge. If you choose to make less than this minimum clearance, we will NOT be responsible for items that are cut off in this area.

Proofs and File Check

We offer three proof options:

1. Online PDF Proof: You will be sent a link to view your proof via email. Please keep in mind that this is only a proof for content and positioning; the color on your screen may vary from the color of your final product, depending on your monitor and viewing conditions.

2. Hard Copy Proof: The Hard Copy Proof can either be picked up on-site or shipped to you. Please keep in mind that this is a proof for content and positioning and is not printed on your actual job stock. Color may vary slightly when printed on the stock you ordered. When ordering a Hard Copy Proof, you will receive a complimentary Online PDF Proof, as well.

3. No Proof, Run As-Is: This option is for the industry professional who is certain their project is ready to hit the press and does not require the additional security of a proof.

File Check:

If our prepress department sees anything questionable with your file, we will contact you via email with our concerns. Should prepress email you, please note that your job is not considered fully submitted until you respond to this email. This should be factored into your turnaround time.File check does not apply to No Proof, Run As-Is. No Proof, Run As-Is jobs print from the exact file(s) you upload unless it is not possible to print because your supplied file does not match the specifications ordered.

Please Note: The charge for our technical team to review your file when first submitted is included in the price of your order. If they note technical concerns with your file, they may email you with their concerns so you can upload a corrected file. If subsequent uploads still contain errors, you may be charged an additional prepress fee to review your file again.

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