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Printing is a fundamental element of communication in any business or commercial project. Advertising, networking, informing, and being visible are the biggest reasons printing is still a massive global industry in the modern age of the internet. 

Combining Classic & Contemporary 

PRD Print is an Australian owned and managed company founded in Sydney and now located and also operating on the Central Coast. We also provides exceptional printing services across Australia. We have over 15 years of experience in providing professional printing services to businesses, corporations, and commercial facilities from many different industries. The time we invested in this industry has allowed us to acquire the  essential marketing knowledge regarding the effectiveness of various printed materials. We consistently focus the evolution of visual aesthetics in printing as new technology emerges.

Contemporary designs, colour combinations, materials,special tactile finishes and shapes are incredibly important to make a lasting impression in today’s world. PRD Print’s philosophy is to embrace classic aesthetics while also moving with the modern times.  Print marketing has the potential to achieve great things for your business. From increasing brand awareness to an increased revenue stream, printing can easily adapt to a range of marketing strategies. Brand awareness, long lasting and effective marketing materials, and seamless distribution are some of the key benefits when dealing with PRD Print solutions. We have the knowledge, experience and the skills necessary to provide what our Customers need and want.

Why Choose Us

Problem Solving

Helping solve Customers Print problems they didn’t know existed!!!

Best Quality

The expansion into new and relevant production processes and Print technology has enabled our Customer to benefit from the best Quality print solutions in the market.

Customer Focused

The combination of having a Customer centric focus and applying solutions that work, keeps Customers coming back.

Strong Branding

And finally taking an active interest in helping Customers Market their product by offering Marketing based solutions and eye-catching quality, gives Customers a reason to become loyal supporters on the basis of strong Branding and Quality Printed Products.


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Frequently Asked Questions


The very edges of the document are called the bleed area. To prevent an unwanted white border from showing at the edge of your document, be sure to extend any background colours or design elements all the way to the edge.

Trim Marks

Trim lines are the finished size of the document. The document is cut close to the trim line, but because of the mechanical tolerances involved in printing, the actual cut can happen anywhere between the bleeds and the safe margin. This is why it is important to keep your text and important images within the safe margin.

Full Bleed vs. Trim Size

When to create your document at the full bleed size

If you are working in an illustration program (such as Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw) or a photo editing program (Such as Adobe Photoshop or Corel Photo-Paint), we recommend that you create your document at the full bleed size. This will prevent any white edges from showing at the borders after the final product is trimmed.

When to create your document at the trim size

If you are working in a layout program (such as QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign) we recommend that you create your document at the trim size and include the specified amount of bleed for your product  3mm). When you export your document as a PDF for upload, make sure to include the bleed in your output settings so that the final upload PDF document is at the full bleed size for your product.

Safe Area / Safe Margins

The safe margins are borders that are definitely inside the place where the cut will take place. Please remember to keep all important information, like names, addresses, phone numbers or logos within the safe margin (at least 3mm  from the edge) to ensure that they aren’t cut off when your document is trimmed.

Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio of your image can be determined by dividing the image’s width by its height. If your image’s aspect ratio is not equal to the aspect ratio of our documents, your image may appear stretched or distorted when it is scaled to fit.


What is resolution? Resolution refers to the number of dots per inch (dpi), or the amount of detail the image has. Most documents prepared for upload should be 300 dpi at 100% of the final print size. Higher resolution means a more detailed image, and also larger file and longer upload time

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