PREPARING YOUR DATA FILES FOR PRINTING:
Make sure to include as much information as possible in the file name: e.g. company/file name, size in cm, quantity and name of material. Perfect file name should look like this: apprint_300x100_10psc_mesh.tif
We highly recommend that the content of the file should be in CMYK color space. According to European Union printing standards we advise you to use this color profile ISOcoated_v2_eci.icc.
Most popular scales are 1:1, 1:10 however if you would like to use a different scale please let us know first.
Types of files we use:
*.TIF – If it's less than 300x300cm it should be 100-120dpi and if bigger than 300x300cm 45-75dpi.
*.PDF - We recommend to group all file elements into one single object as well as all the fonts should be skewed.
*.CDR - We recommend to group all file elements into one single object as well as all the fonts should be skewed.
*.JPG – Only used for preview files.
Our requirements for contour cutting files:
The distance between image elements must be at least 5mm. It's is very important that contour cutting file only contains vector graphic elements. We advice to group all structural lines on one layer.