Order Info

Order Process Section

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ORDER PROCESS

STEP
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To begin your order, please log in to your account. If you are a new customer, please click here to make a new account.


STEP
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Please fill out the Order Request Form here. We will send you a custom quote based on your project. If you’ve already spoken to one of our staff regarding the details of your project, you may skip this step and proceed to Step 3.


STEP
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Please upload your file here. (For tips on how to make the proper file for printing, please read: How To Prepare Your Artwork)


STEP
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Once we receive your file, we will check the file’s quality. If all looks good, we will send you an invoice requesting a 50% downpayment. If it’s your first time to have something printed with us or if the project is a bit more complicated than the standard orders, we may send you a sample, which we will need you to approve before we can get started on your job.

Settle Payment:
Note: There will be a P75.00 charge for online payments.

STEP
5

Our usual turnaround time is 1-3 days from the time we receive the print-ready artwork. This, however, may vary depending on the size and quantity of your project. The remaining 50% balance on your print job shall be paid upon pick up or delivery.


Order Process Details

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR ARTWORK

Image Size
We strongly suggest that the artwork you send is at the actual size you want it printed. That means when we open the file, and it opens at 8 inches wide x 10 inches tall, we will know you want it printed at 8 x 10 inches.

Resolution
For best print results, it is highly recommended that the resolution of the file is at 300 dpi, especially for smaller artworks. For bigger print collaterals such as tarpaulin billboards, 100 dpi resolution will suffice.

File Format
Vector artwork made in Illustrator (AI) are the best for printing as it allows you to enlarge your image infinitely without it looking pixelated or blurry. But we can also work with high resolution PDF, TIFF, JPEG and PSD files. For unflattened PSD jobs, please make sure to send us the logos and images as well as all the fonts used in order to avoid font substitutions.

Color
Files set in both RGB and CMYK are acceptable, but the latter (CMYK) will yield to colors close to what you see on the screen. RGB files, on the other hand, appear more vibrant onscreen, but the print output may not be the same. It’s safest to set the file in CMYK as digital printers work within the CMYK gamut.

Graphic Design Tips:
For files that include mostly text (i.e. business cards, booklets, magazines, flyers, etc.), it is best to create it in InDesign. Then save as PDF. For files that have graphics, drawings, logos (i.e. posters, cards, banners, stickers, etc.), the best program to use would be Illustrator. Photoshop, although not highly recommended, is acceptable too. Save the files as either PDF, TIFF, JPEG, AI or PSD. For photographs (i.e. posters, canvas, lifesize standees), Photoshop is your best bet. Save the file as PDF, TIFF, JPEG or PSD.

FAQ for print Section

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FAQ's

What can we print?
We are a digital printing shop that can print just about anything that is paper-based. These include manuals, booklets, posters, business cards, postcards,invitations, etc. We can also print big such as tarpaulin, stickers, sintra boards, standees, wall murals, vehicle wraps, etc.  We do not do any screen printing like the ones on shirts, mugs and bags. We do, however, print on canvass (similar material used for paintings) which makes for excellent photo artworks.
What is the minimum order?
The good thing about digital printers like InterMatrix (unlike offset printers/printing press) is that we have no minimum print orders. We will print according to your needs, be it one flyer or 500 brochures.
Digital Printing vs. Offset Printing, what’s the difference?
In digital printing, your electronic file is printed directly to the media by the machine. It’s just like you’re printing with your desktop printer at home. Offset printing, on the other hand, is a bit more complicated. The design image is first burned onto a plate, and is then transferred from the plate to a rubber sheet, and finally to the media. Don’t know whether to go digital or offset? Here’s a table to help you decide what’s best for your project.



What size, format and resolution should our files be?
A printout is only as good as its file. If we are given a picture or a design that is too small or has low resolution, it will definitely look blurry and pixelized. Here are some tips on how to prepare your artwork

Payment Section

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PAYMENT

For Bank Transfer


Bank of the Philippine Islands
Account Name: Intermatrix Document Solutions, Inc.
Account No: 3083-7103-48

For Paypal:


Note: There will be a P75.00 charge for online payments.

For Credit Cards:



Note: There will be a P75.00 charge for online payments.

Sample Products Section

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Sample Works