What is bleed?

- Dec 13, 2018-

The position of bleed  refers to the Easy-to-cut part reserved for retaining the effective content of 

the page during printing. It is a commonly used printing term. The bleeding in printing refers to the

pattern of increasing the size of the outer part of the product. Some extensions of the pattern are 

added to the cutting position, which are used for each production process within the tolerance of the 

process to avoid the cutting. The finished product is white or cut to the content. When we make it, we 

divide it into the design size and the finished product size. The design size is always larger than the 

finished product size. The larger side is cut after printing. The part to be printed and cut off is called 

for bleeding.