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Turnaround Time

FinerWorks offers a quick turnaround time for orders. Processing time for most prints is usually 1-3 business days while time in transit is dependent upon the shipping option selected at time of checkout. Our packaging and shipping department processes the finished order for shipment by carefully packaging it for courier pickup. For more information on shipping and transit time, please visit our shipping page.

1-3 Business Days for Most Prints

Dependent upon the size of the order, time of day it comes in and how many other people are ordering prints of similar size or paper types your order will take us anywhere from 1-3 business days to produce. Right after you submit your order to us it is immediately forwarded to one of our production departments for processing. There it will remain until your order is completed and it is turned over to our shipping department.

3-5 Working Days for Mounted Prints

If you need your print  mounted, the production time for your order may be slightly longer than our standard 3 day lead time. Once the print is complete, it is forwarded to the appropriate department where we complete your print order by applyiing the appropriate finishing style or display options. 

5-7 Days for Frames and Framing

Please allow for 5-7 working days in instances where a frame is ordered or artwork is ordered with a frame. In most cases any frames and mats are custom cut and produced on demand by our in-house custom framing department.

What if it takes longer?

Because quality is important to us, we inspect all packages and their contents prior to shipment. If at any point during production, your print does not meet our quality standards, the print is re-printed. This can occasionally cause a minor delay. Other exceptions include situations such as custom orders (special orders for printing not listed on this site), orders which have a high quantity of prints which require some sort of mounting, and orders during the Holidays.  If you think you might need to place an order and are concerned it might take longer, feel free to contact us and simply ask. We can give you an approximate estimate on the time to get your order out.

Tip for Printing

PhotoMerge: Piecing it back together with PS
Recently, we discussed the pros of using flatbed scanners to create digital image files of your artwork. But because artwork (and photograph) sizes don't always conform to the limits of the traditional desktop scanner, today we are going to learn how to use the photomurge tool in Adobe Photoshop.
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