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The perfect marriage of quality and quantity! For generations, traditional offset printing has been the process for producing quality printing  – and lots of it. The process may be old fashioned, but our equipment isn’t. Our technology and experience allows us to give you the best possible value and quality anywhere. New Image Printing is dedicated to providing the very best services and solutions the industry has to offer.

Think Fast! If you have a short run print project and you need it quick, we’ve got you covered. Digital printing allows you the luxury of printing just what you need, right when you need it. If you're looking for postcards, brochures, booklets, notepads, flyers or more,  digital on-demand printing might be just what you need.

When a prospect, customer or even an employee sees your business cards and later your proposal and finally your annual report, it’s a representation of your brand. The right identity package can connect you to your audience on a meaningful level.

  • Stationery

  • Envelopes

  • Business cards

  • Business forms

  • Manuals

  • Folders

  • Annual reports







The prepress phase of the print process begins once the files have been submitted to the printer. A high-quality printed piece takes more than just stunning artwork and design layout. What most print buyers don’t know is, what you see on a computer screen is not necessarily what ends up being translated to paper. This is why a highly trained and experienced prepress department is vital to the printing process.

Direct Mail Marketing is still a great way to reach customers, because it works! With direct mail, you’re in control of your audience. If you want to reach everyone in your area, we’ve got you covered with Every Door Direct Mail [EDDM]. Maybe you need to reach a specific demographic? That’s not a problem either, we’ll put together a targeted mail list that allows you to reach your ideal customer.

Did you know that 74% of people have at least one promotional item in their workspace? Because they are unique, promotional products help your company stand out from your competitors and make it easier for customers to recognize your brand instantly once they see your logo. If the item is something useful, customers will see it frequently and think of you whenever they use it. Eighty-five percent of people do business with the advertiser after receiving a promotional item.



New Image Printing was established in 2002 with one mission: to bring high quality printing to Northeast Indiana. Our passion for excellence inspired us in the beginning and continues to drive us today. We pride ourselves on offering a superior shopping experience and in the long-term relationships we’ve built with our customers. Give us a call and try for yourself!





• Set Bleed Margin to at least .125" for projects in which color runs to the edge of the page.
• Include Crop Marks if bleed is required. 
• Include Fonts with files, especially when providing any file other than a PDF.
• Include Images with files if they are not embedded.
• Make sure the file and any images are in CMYK Color Mode (RGB and other color modes can produce noticeably different results than intended).
• When using black, it is best to make sure that it is only 100% K (Black) in CMYK color mode, or 100% Black in Grayscale color mode.
• Double check to make sure any overprinting color properties are properly set.
• For best results, use images that are at least 300 dpi.
• Convert text to outlines if fonts cannot be embedded or included.

Preferred File Formats:
• Adobe PDF (.pdf)
• Encapsulated Postscript (.eps)
• Adobe Illustrator (.ai)
• Adobe InDesign (.indd)


Bleed: Allows the color to run to the edge of the sheet when trimmed.
Bleed Margin: The amount of distance a color or image should extend beyond the finished page size.
• Crop Marks: Short, thin lines that indicate where the image should be trimmed.
• CMYK: Stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, & Black. This is the industry standard for printing.
• RGB: Stands for Red, Green, & Black. This is a standard used for computer screens and is not appropriate for printing projects.
• When using black, it is best to make sure that it is only 100% K (Black) in CMYK color mode, or 100% Black in Grayscale color mode.
• Overprinting: When ink is set up to print over the top of another ink. Best practices call for 100% black to be set when printing over any background colors.
• DPI: Stands for Dots per Square Inch. 300 dpi is industry standard for images to ensure the highest quality for your projects. 

     Note: Images pulled off the internet are typically 72 dpi low resolution files.

Contact Us


Questions, comments, quote requests? Feel free to reach out. We’d love to hear from you!

3233 Lafayette Street Fort Wayne, Indiana 46806


Phone: 260-969-0410 

Fax: 260-969-0411

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