Although we recommend using our free online design studio or allowing our award winning design staff to create your artwork for you, we do accept artwork from outside sources. Below are the requirements we recommend for the best results. Artwork not supplied properly may result in additional design and set-up fees.
Convert all text to outlines(curves). Raster images placed within vector art must be 300 dpi and sized to print size. Convert all colors in your artwork to spot colors. Label each swatch with the corresponding Pantone color or chose one from the pantone coated color book.
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Files must be 300 dpi and sized to 100% of the actual imprint size or larger. A file that is 72 dpi can not be changed to 300 dpi to meet requirements. All raster images must be submitted in their original color space (RGB or CMYK). Please do not convert from one to the other. RGB color space is recommended for full process orders.
PDF files must retain full editing capabilities as the program they were created in. PDF files must meet all guidelines listed for raster and vector images.
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Though not always, there are times when orders containing more than one imprint size must be ran as separate orders. For instance, if your order contains over sized and youth sizes, the same screens cannot be used. Thus, they must run separately.
Below is a short video that outlines the screen printing process. Here you will see the many steps it takes to bring your message to life.