Good quality screen prints require a high resolution (300 dpi) raster file or a vector file.
Send us a high resolution (300 dpi) .jpg, .png, or ..eps logo, artwork, or graphic. Or use one of our templates:
Made up of pixels which are small dots of color. A good example of raster images are photos taken with your phone or a design created in Photoshop. They typically have the following file types: .jpg or .png.
Raster Art has a resolution that is defined by its dots per inch (dpi). Most website images are low resolution (72 dpi) because they load faster. However, to get crisp printed art on physical objects, high resolution (300 dpi) is required.
If you’re creating art using a program like photoshop, be sure to set up your file to be 300 dpi and CMYK color.
If you have a large low resolution image (like 12”x12”), we can cheat and convert it to a high resolution 3“x3” image.
Note that you cannot simply change the resolution of a file without also adjusting the file size proportionally. Finally, if you’re choosing a fabric color other than white, please try to send a file that has a transparent background.
Made up of points, lines, curves and shapes that are based on mathematical formulas. Vector files are great for printing because they can scale to any size. Vector graphics are designed with a program like Illustrator and typically have the following file types: .eps or .svg.
PDF’s can be either a vector or raster and may or may not work. Feel free to send it along if you’re unsure.
This stuff can be confusing. Hit me up with any questions. Paul at 919-964-3569.