Go green in 2016

Go Green in 2016

Capture your CO2 emissions We are proud to offer you the opportunity to capture the CO2 emissions from your print items by planting native woodland, right here in the UK, through the Woodland Trust and the Woodland Carbon scheme. Your printed items can also contain the Woodland Carbon logo to promote your commitment to the […]

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Season's Greetings from AnchorPrint

Merry Christmas from the AnchorPrint team

The team at AnchorPrint would like to thank you for your valued support and custom in 2015. We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We look forward to working with you in 2016.

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Get a WordPress website MOT

Is your WordPress powered website over 12 months old and hasn’t been updated in that time? Does your WordPress installation and plugins need upgrading? If so, you may have security issues allowing hackers to access your website causing huge problems for your website and company as a whole. Hackers are a real threat to all […]

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What is the difference between Digital and Lithographic Printing?

One of the most common questions we get asked at AnchorPrint is ‘What is the difference between Digital and Lithographic Printing?’. Well, let us quickly explain and outline the main advantages and disadvantages of digital and litho printing so you can make an informed choice when placing your next print order. What is Litho Printing? […]

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Warning – Email virus with Balance-Sheet.zip attachment

Earlier today a client contacted us because the received a suspicious email. The email appeared to originate from ad address that was not active (Admin@mywebsite.com). This is what we found. The spam message fakes the senders email address to look like it originated inside the victim’s own internal network or domain. This is aimed at […]

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Exhibition Stand Design and Printing at NEC

Our friends at Brett & Randell Leicester have today Tweeted this image of their recently designed and printed exhibition stand used at the NEC Birmingham. These 3×3 Pop Up display stands and Pop Up Counters can be designed and printed to match your corporate identity. These stands can be quickly assembled and disassembled again and […]

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printing crop marks

Printing crops and bleed explained

What are print crops and bleed? Crops and bleed are terms used by print firms to show where printed material is to be cut down to. Most publishing programmes such as Adobe InDesign allow crops and bleed to be added to a document in order to correctly supply artwork ready for print. We explain what […]

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