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Guide to 4|0, 4|1 & 4|4
You will see 4|0, 4|1, & 4|4 often when ordering with PrintsWell Fulfillment.
These terms are a shorthand way to describe if a piece is printed on only one or
both sides of a flat sheet.
All printing on the front is considered four color for codes and pricing. The
difference in codes notate what, if anything, is to be printed on the back. Use this
guide to help make sure your files are printed correctly.
INSIDE - blank
For any files that use the
RGB colorspace, black and
grey will always contain 4
colors when the file is
converted to CMYK for our
Pronounced “four over one” and means in addition to the front printing, the back of the
printed piece will only need black ink printed on it. Only gray or black built with the K
value (ranging from 1-100) will count as one color.
Pronounced “four over four” and means the back of the file contains more than just
the K in the color profile, in addition to the printing on the front of the file.
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A logo, or any other
printing, on the back flap of
the folded card is printed
on the front of the sheet
and does not change the
Pronounced “four over zero” and means only the front side of the file has printing and
the other side is completely blank - it has no printing. For folded items this means that
there is nothing to print on the inside panels, which is the back of the printed sheet.
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*Note: Our HP digital presses use a 4 color CMYK printing process. Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black are the four ink colors
used to build a full color spectrum.
For best results, set up all of your files in the CMYK color space.