Welcome to the Acculink Prep guidelines page. Please bookmark this page for future reference as we will continually update our helpful tips and guidelines ensuring your projects run smoothly and achieve maximum impact. Your communications are important to us so please give us feedback on how we are doing and if there is anything you feel we can do to improve your experience with us!
3dUV™ InDesign Guidelines
Six simple steps in InDesign for creating the UV layer, making the Scodix spot color, masking your artwork, imposition with the OPA registration dots, and saving your pdf file. (Step 5 can be omitted if a printed press sheet is not being submitted.)
3dUV™ Illustrator Guidelines
Make clean UV vector masks with these six steps including creating the UV layer, making the Scodix spot color, masking your artwork, imposition with the OPA registration dots, and saving your pdf file.
(Step 5 can be omitted if a printed press sheet is not being submitted.)
3dUV™ Photoshop Guidelines
Bring your raster images to life with these Photoshop steps for creating your layers, masking your image, setting the monotone color, impositioning with the OPA registration dots, and saving your pdf file. (Step 6 imposition instructions can be omitted if not submitting printed press sheets.)
3dUV™ Tips & Tricks Guidelines
All UV file creations benefit from these Tips & Tricks. Our six steps include OPA dot setup, clear space minimums for crops/folds, UV spot ink breaks, stroke/text adjustments, smooth gradient rules, and texture creations.
The NCOA PAF (Processing Acknowledgement Form) is required by the Privacy Act of 1974. This is required to give us permission to send a customer’s list to a third party (our mail presort software vendor) for NCOA processing.
The Two Sides Eco-graphic
The Two Sides Eco-graphic will help you bust some myths about the sustainability of print and paper. At Print 2013, Two Sides announced that Lynette Maymi, a 34-year-old, self-employed design professional from Pompano Beach, Fla., won the Two Sides Eco-graphic Challenge. The contest was initiated to develop an engaging infographic that clearly presents facts about the sustainability of print and paper.