What is a bleed in printing?

Bleed on a printed piece refers to how ink is applied to the surface of the paper. A full bleed fills the entire document from corner to corner and indicates the area that will be trimmed off after the file is printed and cut down to its finished size. The bleed in your piece allows the printer some room for error when they trim it to its final size.

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