Preparing Riso Files – Guide

1. Check file is correct size – Recommended size is A2 (420 x 594mm)

Minimum size A3 (297 x 420mm), maximum is A2+ (432 x 635mm)

Preparing file size, aim for 300dpi resolution minimum

2. Name each layer clearly e.g. Layer 1 – Blue.jpg , Layer 2 – Pink.jpg

Note: (layer 1 = bottom/first layer)

IMPORTANT – Each layer should be saved as a greyscale image. 100% black (HEX000000) will print at maximum intensity, 100% white (HEXFFFFFF) will be left blank. Anything in-between e.g. 50% grey (HEX7F7F7F), will be printed at that percentage.

Layer ColourCMYKHEX CodePrint Intensity
Black0, 0, 0, 100000000100%
White0, 0, 0, 0FFFFFF0%
50% Grey0, 0, 0, 507F7F7F50%
Layer 1 – Yellow
Layer 2 – Pink
Layer 3 – Black

IMPORTANT – No more than 80% of any one layer can be printed at 100% intensity (e.g. a big black box), this causes the print to get stuck inside the machine due to such a large amount of ink being placed down.

3. Use the Riso Print Submit Form to upload your file(s)

4. Fill in your details on the form, use the cost calculator to work out pricing and upload your files

Fill in details
Use the cost calculator to work out pricing and upload your files

5. Make the payment for your print through the Print Media Payment Portal (Riso materials are located at the bottom of the portal page)

6. Upload the receipt of payment (screenshot or downloaded invoice) from the Print Media Payment Portal and submit your Riso Print Job

Upload receipt of payment from the Print Media Payment Portal and submit

7. Book in a time slot to be there for the process:

Updated on May 19, 2022

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