Do two different design/names 2,500 business cards count as one 5,000 business card order?
Each quantity ordered is for 1 set of artwork. Because of the setup costs in setting up a print run, we are unable to break up orders under the amount that they are ordered. We have structured our pricing based on what it costs to print that many sheets of one piece.
We are able to offer Full Color Process printing at a substantial discount from our competition by "gangrunning" our jobs. By printing "gang-runs", we print all of standard work on a large sheet, thus "ganging" them up together. This signifigantly reduces the costs of making plates, and other fixed setup costs typically involved in the printing process. The end result is that it saves you a ton of money.
If you want to print a size which is not listed as a standard size you may go ahead and submit your ordr and pay for the appropriate size. To figure out what size you must pay for, please refer to the following chart and select the size up based on square inches. To calculate square inches, simply multiply the width x height of your order.
Product Square Inches BC: 7 1/8 Page: 11.6875 1/6 Page: 14.875 1/4 Page: 23.375 4 x 6: 24 1/3 Page: 29.75 5 x 7: 35 4 x 9: 36 1/2 Page: 46.75 6 x 9: 54 8.5 x 11: 93.5 12 x 12: 144 11 x 17: 187
For example, if you want a 3.5 x 7.5 print, you must calculate the square inches (3.5x7.5=26.25 square inches). Based off of the chart, your order falls between a 4x6 and a 1/3 Page. You must select the greater size and submit your order as a 1/3 Page. Please note that you must also put a note in our "Comments" section of your order informing us of the final size of your printed piece if it is not a standard size.