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Cutting Tolerance

Cutting tolerance is the slight variations that occur when online printing projects are cut down to size. Our cutting tolerance is 1/16″, which means the trim line can vary by up to that much. Anything that comes within 1/16” of the edge of the cut line could potentially be cut off. Text or other elements that you want to ensure are not trimmed away must be placed more than 1/16” away from the expected edge of the design. See the bleeds and borders help page for more information on bleeds, borders, and margins.

Cutting Tolerance and Document Setup

See the diagrams below for helpful document setup and to learn more about cutting tolerance. Please note that if your project has art going to the edge, a 1/8″ bleed is needed.

Cutting Tolerance Diagram

Important elements should not be closer than 1/16” from the edge to allow for cutting tolerance.

Cutting Tolerance Trim

The dotted line outlines the intended document bounds. The solid line represents the cutting tolerance and how the cutting can vary by 1/16”.

Sticker Printing – Circle Options

The diagrams below illustrate considerations for circular sticker printing. Please note that with full-bleed artwork, a 1/8″ bleed is needed.

Circular Cutting Tolerance Diagram

Important elements should not be closer than 1/16” from the edge to allow for cutting tolerance.

Circular Cutting Tolerance Trim

The dotted line outlines the intended document bounds. The solid line represents the cutting tolerance and how the cutting can vary by 1/16”.

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