To achieve a fully satisfactory result and to avoid mistakes, corrections and, as a consequence, the extension of a specific order, Proper preparation of files for printing is necessary. Therefore, we encourage you to read the guide on how to prepare files detailing all marking methods.
The files must be in vector form, in the case of a photo it can be a bitmap with a minimum resolution of 300dpi.1:1 In other cases 600 dpi or higher 1:1. All fonts must be written in curves. The file may not contain symbols, transparencies and outlines not changed into objects. The file must be saved in one of the formats .pdf .ai, .cdr, .bmp, .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .psd, .tif. The colors must be determined according to the Pantone Solid Coated chart.
Bitmap file with a resolution of 300 dpi, scale 1:1 - the actual size of the print. In the case of personalized prints, each graphic file ready for printing should be provided separately. The file must be saved in CMYK colors.
Files in vector or bitmap form with a resolution of 300dpi, the file must be in a 1: 1 scale. Without mirror image (the plotter sets the mirror image when printing). In the case of vector graphics, all fonts must be curved (it is not possible to send the name of the font used or the installation file).
The file may not contain symbols and outlines not converted into objects. In the case of personalized prints, each graphic file ready for printing should be provided separately.
The maximum level of ink cannot exceed 300% (the sum of CMYK values).
For deep black, CMYK values apply: 70% 60% 60% 100%.
The files must be in vector form, saved in .pdf format (note! We do not accept open files - .cdr, .ai, etc.), the file size as the actual size of the embroidery - 1: 1.
All fonts must be curved (it is not possible to send the name of the font used or the installation file.
The file may not contain symbols and outlines not converted into objects.
The minimum letter size is 6mm, the thickness of a single line - 1mm, the size of the smallest element - 2mm.
*Please do not send jpgs or gifs that have been downloaded from the web. These files are sized at a low resolution in order to load quickly on a website. They do not provide enough resolution for us to use as actual artwork.