We recommend all files be sent via e-mail. Please make sure that you include your company’s name and P.O. number with all e-mailed artwork. Submit your artwork to the following e-mails:
Customers will be held responsible for any charges incurred to resolve problems if the digital file is not received in a usable format (see below). Contact ProService for more information.
Acceptable File Types:
- Adobe Illustrator CC or below
- ZIP (compression file)
Acceptable image types:
- Layered file (300 dpi min.)
PDF files are acceptable if originally created in Illustrator as vector artwork.
Art Charges: $40.00 (k) minimum per hour.
- Art charges will apply if requirements are NOT met and any necessary alterations are involved in order to meet production standards. We do not accept faxed art!
- Full design service capabilities are available from our in-house design department (additional charges may apply).
Printed Artwork Specs:
- All fonts and strokes must be converted to outlines.
- Minimum Type Size: Terry velour products = 15 pt.
- Minimum Line Weight: Terry velour products = 2 pt.
- Halftones: Due to the nature of towel fabrics artwork that contains large areas of color, (such as lettering) along with halftones will usually require separate screens for optimum coverage.
- Avoid art with straight lines or borders that follow the towel edges.
- Make use of as much of the maximum imprint area as possible.
- Avoid thin lines and condensed lettering.
Standard Imprint Ink Colors:
- Gray (PMS 430 C)
- Purple (PMS 266 C)
- Dark Green (PMS 349 C)
- Navy Blue (PMS 281 C)
- Medium Blue (PMS Reflex Blue)
- Yellow (PMS Yellow C)
- Gold (PMS 1235 C)
- Orange (PMS 165 C)
- Red (PMS 186 C)
- White is only used with plastisol inks and on smaller products like golf and rally towels.
Sublimation Artwork Specs:
- Acceptable formats include: PSD, EPS, JPG and PDF.
- Art MUST be provided at 300 DPI full scale. (Example − artwork for SUB-1518 MUST be 14.5″ x 18″ at 300 DPI.) For best possible results, make sure artwork is provided at the highest resolution.
- Avoid using borders or solid dark/black backgrounds.
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