September 26, 2011
New Website!
New website will be coming early in 2012. Stay tuned!

August 10, 2010
CD/DVD Duplication
Coming Soon! Short and long run CD/DVD duplication.

June 22, 2010
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April 2, 2010
Also Available
Magnetic Business Cards, Plastic Cards, Oversize Posters, New handbill sizes available, contact us for a custom quote.

11x17 Poster Special
4x6 Handbills
Business Cards

"We really got the word out about our band thanks to Brad and bandflyer.com. Thanks for all your help."
-BBQ Brothers
-Orange County, CA
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Payment: Bandflyer.com accepts secure payment through PayPal. You do not need to have a PayPal account. Payment can be made using any major credit card or a PayPal account. An invoice will be emailed to you after a design is finalized or before a file is sent to print.

Turnaround Time: After we receive your order we will send you a confirmation with an estimated turnaround time. For design orders we will email you a proof within 24-48hrs. The time between the initial proof and the final design will vary depending on the number of changes requested and the speed of customer response. This may be as quick as 24hrs or as long as 72hrs. We work to ensure the fastest turnaround. Print pruduction will vary depending on the quanity and product. Approximate production time has been indicated next to the product on the price list.

The Process: After your order is placed we will email you a confirmation verifying the details. For custom design orders you will receive an initial proof within 24-48hrs of your order confirmation. You will have an opportunity to make comments and request changes. We then make adjustments to the initial design. This process is repeated 2 more times or until you are satisfied with the design. After the final design is approved we then send you a “Press Quality” PDF or we proceed to printing. At this time we send you an email invoice for payment. For template orders you will be emailed a “Press Quality” PDF within 24-48hrs of the order confirmation and an email invoice. Uploading Files: To upload files follow this link. Please limit files sizes to 7mb each. Uploads may take several minutes so please be patient and wait for the successful upload notification.

Uploading Files: To upload files follow this link. Please limit files sizes to 7mb each. Uploads may take several minutes so please be patient and wait for the successful upload notification.

“Press Quality” PDF: PDF’s are the best method for transferring high quality files for print. All major printers and copy/print shops accept PDF. The “Press Quality” setting embeds the font information in the file and allows images to print at the highest quality. Using a PDF reduces problems associated with moving files between computers.

Additional File Formats: We can provide just about any file format you need at no additional charge. Please be sure to mention this in the comments section when you place your order.

Bleeds in your design: We can create bleeds for you. Please specify this in the comments section of the order form.

Image Resolution: The most common problem we encounter is when bands want to use imagery that is low in resolution. Images to be used in a design should ideally be 300dpi (Dots Per Inch). It is possible to use images with a lower resolution however it often depends on the image and is not recommended. Images taken from the web are 72dpi and not high enough in resolution to be printed with clarity and detail unless they are greatly reduced in size. If you are sending photos to be used in a design please send the highest quality possible. This allows the most room for scaling and manipulation. To find out the pixel dimensions of a photo, right click on the photo icon and select ‘Properties.’ Press the ‘Summary’ tab at the top and then press the advanced button. This will show you the horizontal and vertical pixel dimensions. Divide both of these numbers by 300 to get the size they will be when resized to 300dpi.

RGB vs. CMYK: The RGB color mode is used for on screen viewing. Computer monitors produce color using Red, Green, and Blue. CMYK are the primary colors for full color process printing. Full color images are created using a combination of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and (K) Black. When creating files for printing, all files and images should be converted to CMYK. When creating images for on screen viewing such as a web site, all files and images should be converted to RGB.

More on Bleeds (Borderless Printing): Commercial Digital and Offset printers do not print directly to the edge of the page. Bleeds are created by printing onto larger sheets of paper that are trimmed to a smaller size. Example: an 11x17 full bleed would be printed onto a 12x18 and then trimmed down to 11x17. Bleeds require additional setup and are more expensive to print. The bleed image will need to be an extra .125” larger than the desired page size on all edges. Example: A full bleed 11x17 will need to be 11.25x17.25 to ensure no paper is showing after cutting.