Brochure Printing in California – Who Should You Call Right Now?
RushMyPrints in California, specializes in high quality, quick turn, one-hundred percent, saddle-stitched booklets, brochures, offset booklet printing, from the moment the moment your order is sent to press, a team of qualified printing experts begin producing your order.
First, our art technicians review your job for several aspects such as size, embedded fonts, resolution, and bleeds.
Once your artwork as this review, your job is passed onto pre-press, the pre-press technicians job is to assemble orders for maximum printing efficiency customers’ jobs are grouped together for properties such as paper stock, size, quantity, and processing options.
Today's short video is to show you how to print your posters using the SHU PAD here on campus First things first though before you can get to that step.
You need to make sure you properly save your poster So pretend this is a completed poster right here.
I want to go to file save as and Then I'm going to name this last name Cm 102 Poster and Under here at the bottom where it says format.
I want to hit the drop down menu and choose JPEG And then hit the Save button Make sure you choose where you want to save it to and hate your save button Once you have it saved I Provided a link straight from the poster designs page on the website if you scroll down Under printing poster.
There's a link here to the digital storefront open that up and Then on the top right there is a login option I'm already logged in here but you can just click that and login using your sacred heart username and password and then click on the first option for duplicating and Then in this area we're gonna click on the first one for by now and the copies And when we get to here you can go ahead and you can first go right down the steps add your files So we click on add files and give this screen a couple minutes a couple seconds It takes a little while to load.
Once it loads.
I'm gonna choose the upload files option Locate my poster and hit open It'll now give me this screen right here I can hit the upload button and it'll start uploading the file And once it allows me to I hit the done button and now my posters here But you can see it's black and white and it's also not the proper dimensions yet Next up I'm going to go up into job name again.
Give it a name use your last name cm 102 poster as your job name Come down to the bottom here under paper and click the media button And this will give you the options for what type of media printed out on I'm gonna hit the filter size drop-down and choose 11 by 17 So I only see these options and select the very first one that says color copy.
Cardstock white 11 by 17 and press ok Then I'm also going to choose final width and height 11 by 17, okay And now it's still in black and white So I need to make sure I hit color Black and white options and turn it to color and now our poster is on The page with the proper dimensions once I'm here at this step I can hit the Add to Cart button It'll ask you to I want to agree agree It's now in my cart.
See I've done this more than once now The post is only gonna be 40 cents once you get to here Proceed to checkout and follow the prompts to pay for and then pick it up at the mail room.
Several customers orders are placed into a single group, for greatest efficiency once assembled, the jobs are sent to plating.
Here, the plate maker sends each job to an thermal infrared plate imaging machine.
Aluminum plates containing an infrared sensitive emulsion, load into the plate setter where it wraps around the imaging drum.
The drum spins at a dizzying thousand RPMs as an infrared laser exposes an image onto the plate.
From there, the now exposed aluminum plate moves to the processor, a four-step treatment is applied: developer chemical, water, buffing and gumming for further scratch protection.
A place for each color in the CMYK file are printed for transfer to the press.
RushMyPrints utilizes three Komori offset printing presses for all of our printing.
Maxed out, the Komori press can print a stunning sixteen-thousand sheets per hour.
The Pressman takes the aluminum plates and hangs them on ink units each corresponding color.
Cling sheets are fed from the back of the machine.
Printing jobs in California can be tough to get done on time, which is why it’s important to have an expert printing service and commercial printer available to you at all times.
A series of conveyers and rollers rapidly shoot each sheet under cyan, magenta, yellow, and black ink units.
The rollers even distribute shoot ink to the plates, which offsets the ink to a blanket roller than in turn applies ink to the paper, coated sheets are then fed through aqueous coating unit and run across heating elements for drying.
Every few hundred sheets, the pressman pulls a sheet for analysis.
He scans a color bar along the bottom edge for color accuracy.
Visual inspection is also needed to check for highest quality, after printing the sheets move to the cutter.
A large industrial cutting machine slices up to 1,000 sheets.
Each job is then separated for transfer to their Particular finishing processes.
From there, your booklets are placed into a machine for scoring and folding.
A conveyer allows for continuous loading of jobs for maximum efficiency.
After the worker activates the machine, each booklet shoots towards the folder plates where up to four folds are applied along with scoring.
The final step is stitching.
The stitcher loads your booklet pages sequentially into the saddle stitching machine, the gathering chain pulls each booklet to the stitching unit, which places two wire stitchings along the edge.
The booklets then move to the trimming unit, slicing off the remaining edges.
The result? A high-quality, quick turn booklet ready to ship via our in-house mailing facility to your customer’s door.
- I feel like Bob Ross right now.
You know, I'm just gonna.
(playful whistling music) (fast rock music) Hey guys it's Kayla!- And Mom! - From We Are The Davises.
- And today we're gonna be doing a three color challenge on a giant poster.
- So we have three colors.
- We have blue.
- [Both] Red.
- And yellow.
- So what are these? - These are the primarycolors so we can mix them.
- How many colors do you think we can make with three colors? - I don't know, you can't make like pink, because you need white for pink.
Well you can make a lot ofcolors, like most of the rainbow.
- I also gave us these muffin pans.
- Life hack, if youdon't wanna make a mess just stick the paint in here.
And it works well.
- We're gonna try it.
So maybe we can make abunch of individual colors and give it a more rainbowy look.
- Yes! - Let's start mixing these and see what kinda colors we come up with and then Kayla's gonna paintthat side of the poster and then I'm gonna try andpaint this side of the poster and then somewhere in themiddle we're gonna meet and we'll just see how it turns out.
Hopefully it'll be cute.
(lighthearted ukulele music) - My hands are covered in paint already.
Washable paint this time.
- Washable paint so thisshould not hurt our clothes.
- Ooh, you have like a teal color.
That's kinda fun.
- I kept mixing andthen it started changing and I think still got roomto make another color.
- Wow! We got red, orange, yellow, green, light green.
- Light green and dark green.
And then a dark blue, and then purple.
- I think I gotta makea couple more colors.
(laughing)I want light green, so that's mostly yellowwith a little bit of blue.
- Okay let's get started.
I'm doing the dolphins.
(soft music) When you first like globit on it's kinda dark, so we're just gonna make it nice and thin.
I feel like Bob Ross right now.
- So I've got some coconuts up here, maybe I'll start with that and then go to the palmleaves on the palm tree.
- Yeah, your side is more jungley, my side's more beach like.
'Cause I got my like, beachumbrella, we got palm tree, we got seashells, we gotsand, we got the ocean.
- [Mom] You got all kinds of stuff.
Now let's do the ocean, I'm not gonna color the whole ocean 'cause that would take forever.
- We're tryin' to make some brown, so that's gonna be my attemptfor brown, right there.
- I'm very proud of myself, I made dark blue with no black.
- [Mom] No black? - Yeah, I just mixeda little bit of red in and it made it darker.
Okay I know that the wavesaren't the neatest thing.
Don't judge me.
(laughing) - So you can see I workedon the coconuts right there, now I want to work on the palm trees.
(soft upbeat music) - Gorgeous!- Kinda scared, still scared.
I'm two toning my palm tree which it is a little cut off too, but if you guys can see that.
- [Kayla] I need moreseashells, okay here's one.
- I gotta give it depth so I like picking a lightercolor and a darker color that are similar and thenputting them both together and then that makes me feellike it's more colorful, right? It's not so flat.
- Well I just like paintingseashells purple so.
(laughing) Oop, I rested my hand onsome paint, that's fun.
- Didn't spill?- The tea.
(laughing)- What? (laughing)You didn't spill the tea? - Yeah! I asked what's the tea.
- What's the tea? - [Kayla] Yeah, what's the tea? - I don't know what she's saying.
(laughing)What's that mean? - [Kayla] What's the tea? - I'm not cool and hip,what does that mean? - Oof.
- What's the tea? What's the time? - What's the tea?- What's the time? - What's the tea?- What's that mean? (laughing) I don't get it.
- You'll never know.
(laughing) - That's just mean!(laughing) So let's do some coconuts here.
I'm just gonna, do do, color 'em all in.
They look like bowling balls.
- Yeah! - Oh, bananas are yellow too, I'm just gonna color everything yellow in.
Do real coconuts have the three holes? - I thought they did.
- The three knobs.
- Okay, the dolphins are not living their best life but that's all right.
- They look gorgeous,(laughing) they're very bright and colorful.
(soft playful music) What does Ty stand for? - [Kayla] I don't know, I just know that they make Beanie Boos.
- [Mom] Beanie Boos, Beanie Boo letters.
So that's what these are? - Yes!- They're Beanie Boos.
My red and yellow aredefinitely starting to mix because I am going out of the lines.
- Wow, pretty snazzy,I should be an artist.
(laughing) - [Mom] It's kind ofcreating an orange, I guess, around them, like orange yellow.
- [Kayla] I kinda like justpainting on my hands, honestly.
(laughing) You know those things thatare suppose to relieve stress, or the coloring books thatare suppose to relieve stress? - They seem stressful!- Yeah, I can't.
There's so much to do, I getoverwhelmed before I start.
I'm like, oh no! You know I'm just gonna.
This is much more fun to me.
- Coloring your hand? (laughing)Kayla! - It's so fun! I'm a lizard.
- [Mom] You're a lizard? I need more paintbrushes,these ones are too big.
- I'm a lizard.
Did anybody ever used to putElmer's glue on your hand and then peel it off when it dried? That was always super satisfying.
We'll just paint one handed now.
- [Mom] I want my monkeys to be purple.
(lighthearted ukulele music) He's got a little ear right there.
- Wow, this is a look, honestly, wow.
- [Mom] Pretty sure this monkey-- - Wow, that makes my hand look really big.
Now, the cheetah orange? Sure.
And cheetahs are gonna be orange.
- Yes, cheetahs are orange.
- I'm just gonna covereverything in orange and then wait for the orangeto dry and then cover the spots because I really don't wantto paint through the spots, that'd be kind of annoying.
New word of the day, tedious.
I don't know the definition but that's what this is if you didn't.
Skip over all of the circle dot thingies.
- [Mom] The smaller stuffis definitely harder to do.
- [Kayla] Yes.
I'm trying to show them my green hand, I'm gonna stop because-- - [Mom] Does that meanyou have a green thumb? - I don't want to close my hand.
- [Mom] Do you know what a green thumb is? - Yes, it means you're good at gardening.
And I am very much not,I'm working on it though, it's my New Year's resolution.
- [Mom] She's gonna grow some plants.
- My fern is dying, but I'm saving it.
(laughing)- You're furnace? - Fern is.
- Furnace?(Mom laughing) - You're next! (upbeat techno music) So I think we are good.
We got quite a bit of color for only having three colors originally.
So it's very colorful, Mom definitely helped me.
- I'm proud of it, I think it looks really good.
- I like that.
I like how you mixed in a light blue with thedarker blue for the water.
That turned out really good.
- I think all of it is super pretty.
So we start off in theocean with our little, what are they called, dolphins! And then you got a cheetahunder his umbrella, and then a tiger.
- Super cute.
I like how you did the dots.
I kinda ignored the dots on my side, as you can tell here.
- [Kayla] And then Mom did themonkey in the little hammock.
We got a giraffe.
- [Mom] I was gonna go back and color in the spots with a darker color.
- [Kayla] Same with thecheetah, but I got lazy.
(laughing)- But we had a lot to color, so I thought the brightyellow would be fine.
- And then you got a littlesandcastle and a zebra, and then there's a second monkey.
Yeah, and then the Beanie Boo logo.
So I hope you guys enjoyedthis video, comment down below.
- Have you ever colored anything larger than what would bein a normal coloring book? Like this is a pretty big poster, have you done a colored poster before? - I've actually never seen these before, these are actually really cool.
I definitely recommend paints though, 'cause I think this wouldtake a while with markers.
- This was about anhour between two people so if you were by yourself this would probably be a day project.
(laughing)- Don't forget to subscribe to our other family channelsand until next time-- - [Both] Bye! (upbeat music).