Accurate Repro, Inc

Total Copy, Graphic & Sign Solution

Contact Us

2368 Corporate Lane
Suite 100 Naperville,
lL. 60563                   Hours: Mon - Fri (8-5)




Q1. What file type’s do you accept?

B+W Plotting TIF, PDF, PLT, TXT


Q2. What is DPI?

DPI stands for Dots Per Inch. This is a number that rates resolution of an image file.

Q3. What is a good resolution (DPI) for printing?

300dpi is used in most high-end graphics printing. The human eye can’t see more than 300 dpi. This value will vary depending on the application of the product. E.g.…most web graphics are 72dpi, but banners for outdoor use are usually 300dpi and up.

Q4. What is the difference between the RGB and CMYK color format?

RGB refers to the primary colors of light, Red, Green and Blue, which are used in monitors, television screens, digital cameras and scanners. CMYK refers to the primary colors of pigment: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. These are the inks / toner that we use in our four color process.
The combination of CMYK inks creates black, while the combination of RGB light creates white. There-fore, it is impossible for the printers to exactly match colors as we see them on our monitors. For this reason, we request that you convert your colors from RGB to CMYK if your program allows it. By doing so, you have maximum control over the results since you can do adjustments if a difference in color occurs during the conversion.

Q5. How do I prepare my document for printing?

Fonts..Fonts..Fonts… The most common problem with a digital file is missing fonts. Some programs will allow you to convert text to curves (Illustrator) this ensures fonts/ pictures will be accurate. If the program does not allow it, be sure to include your fonts, pictures, and art work along with your file.

Q6. How do I submit files for printing?

Click here to access the online order form submission tool. Any problems or questions please call.

Q7. Are you open on weekends?

No I am sorry, if you need work done during the weekend, please contact someone on the management team during the work week to schedule it.

Q8. What is the easiest way to check on the status of your order.

Please call and ask, or send an email to

Q9. If I come in with a job, can I wait for it while you print my copies?

Depending on the job size, you can wait for it while we work on it. Anything that will take more than 15-20 mins you should probably drop off and come back

Q10. Should I call before coming in and having something done?

No, walk-ins are welcome