DVD and DVD Replication Leader Digital Flex Media Offers Tips on Silk Screen Replication

Leading CD replication and DVD replication company offers tips to help clients maximize their silk screen replication investment, and ensure that their brand and offering stands out in a competitive marketplace. Additional best practices on offset printing, artwork compression, transfer media and more are available on the Digital Flex Media Inc. website.

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Silk Screen Replication Examples

Silk Screen Replication Examples

Our goal is to ensure that we exceed our customers’ expectations for service, value and performance, and providing helpful tips like these is just one of the ways we demonstrate our commitment.

Rancho Cucamonga, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2012

In response to increasing demands for its CD replication, DVD replication, HD-DVD replication and DualDisc replication services, Digital Flex Media Inc. is offering its clients valuable silk screen replication tips to help them maximize their investment.

Digital Flex Media Inc. advises its clients to follow the following tips for best results:

  •     use only PMS (Pantone) colors
  •     specify the color number (PMS number)
  •     designate the number of colors (White Flood is considered one color)
  •     don’t exceed five colors
  •     submit all artwork in either PMS or CMYK (not a combination of both)
  •     keep line widths at 1pt minimum for CMYK, and 0.5pt minimum for PMS

Silk screen replication is a process that transfers ink through a fine mesh screen onto a CD or a DVD. It’s relied on by direct marketers, corporate marketing managers, event planners and other business leaders to make their brand and offering stand out in competitive marketplace.

“Our goal is to ensure that we exceed our customers’ expectations for service, value and performance,” commented Mohab Sabry, CEO of Digital Flex Media Inc. “And providing helpful tips like these that ensure a perfect silk screen replication process is just one of the ways that we demonstrate our commitment. We empower our customers with knowledge so they can get more, for less.”

Other valuable replication specification tips that focus on best practices for transfer media, artwork file formats, offset printing and more, can be found on the Digital Flex Media Inc., website at http://www.digitalflexmedia.com/specs.html.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact 909-484-8440 or Sales (at) DigitalFlexMedia (dot) com.

About Digital Flex Media

Digital Flex Media is a licensed CD/DVD Replication company that provides nationwide replication, fulfillment and packaging services to clients across a variety of industries. The California-based company has more than a decade of experience exceeding client expectations, and is a leader in the field. Learn more at Digitalflexmedia.com.


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