A7 paper size is typically used for Post-it notes
which are larger than the average Post-it notes. You can also use it to make tickets as they are small enough to look like one. Because of its small size, it is usually used by professional print shops to portray visuals rather than written text.
For instance, we have tickets
which are available at this specific size made of durable 250 gsm and which offers a smooth texture. We can put ticket numbers in a text block of 3 cm with a 1 pt line. We can also put the perforation line anywhere on the ticket based on your preferences. This makes it easy for you and ticket holders to tear it off when needed.
We also have rectangular stickers
of the A7 card size which offers versatility in terms of design and function. For example, we can have your personal design printed on them such as your company’s brand logo. Choose from one of our three available sticker material such as glossy, transparent, or writable, with the first two being waterproof and the last being ideal for labelling.
With these features, A7 sheet size makes for an ideal alternative for your tickets and sticker products.
Printing resolution for A7
When preparing an image to be printed on A7 size you need to make sure you set it up on the right resolution. For A7 this would be 74 x 105 mm at 300 ppi (pixels per inch). To make sure you will receive your products as expected, you will have to add a bleed to your design. A 3 mm bleed on all sides is sufficient. You can add bleed by using InDesign, which has a tool to easily add bleed. In Photoshop it’s a little more work to add bleed, as you would have to do it manually. To help you with this we have free templates on our product pages. Simply use the one of the product you’re ordering and include bleed accordingly!
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