Whilst each printing method is quite different, the printing files we use to print your products are actually quite similar. In each case, we require a high-quality file, but some file types will vary.
Direct to Garment Printing
For best results, we ask for a 300ppi PNG to preserve your transparent background. We also ask for you to use RGB colour values when designing your artwork since our printing software converts these values to CMYK for print.
The maximum printing area for DTG is 32cm x 50cm.
This print method is used for mugs, and both the throw cushions and tote bags manufactured in-house.
In all cases, please supply your artwork as a 300ppi PNG in the RGB colour model. The dimensions for each product are as follows:
- Mugs - 20 x 9cm
- Tote Bags: 41.5 x 44cm including bleed (approx 37 x 41cm when sewn)
- Throw Cushions: 44 x 44cm including bleed (approx 39 x 39cm when sewn)
Currently available for caps and beanies. Embroidery requires a digitised file, a specialised file that tells an embroidery machine where, when and how to place stitches. We'll digitise your artwork for you, and we ask customers to upload a 300ppi PNG to offer the best quality file be created.
A high-quality printing PDF or vector file is perfect for screen printing. Vector files can be supplied in either AI or EPS format. Our standard screen printing area is anything up to A3, though over-size printing is available. Please keep in mind that different products have different printable areas, so A3 may not always be possible.
If you'd like to enquire about screen printing (or anything else mentioned in this article) please send us an email or speak to a member of our team through our live chat service.