Trying to get a large amount of printing done whilst staying to a strict budget can be a difficult process to search for. However, with the help of this blog and a bit of independent research you should be able to find a sort of pricing guide to decide which is the best way to print for you.
PREVIEW THE PRINTING
By doing this you can observe how your print will turn out once it has been printed. This will allow you to make necessary changes to design to see how it would look like before. This will reduce the need to print and keep on viewing it through print.
REDUCE NUMBER OF PAGES
This may seem obvious to some but others are likely not to notice it. But, it is important to understand that reducing the paper needed by printing on both sides will help save you money on buying more paper. This can be achieved through reducing the font size of the text and allows for efficient printing.
OUTSOURCING PRINT TASKS TO BUSINESS
Some are likely to oppose this because of their desire to be independent. However, I would strongly consider using them especially when you have to do it on a large scale. You will be spending a lot of time trying to get the right print and will spend a lot more money trying to do so. By using a business that does mass printing means all you have to do is give your design and information then sit back and relax whilst they are take care of the rest.
AVOID USING A THIRD-PARTY INK
Although some may disagree, it is best that you do not implement a third party set of ink. This set of ink is likely to cause huge damage to your print. Although, it saves money by a significant amount, your information and picture may not be as clear. How would you feel if you did an entire piece of work and no one could see or read the information being published? I think not. That’s why I recommend you don’t use it to insure you're printing efficiently.
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