How to prepare your file for printing?

Files for printing have to be at least 150 dpi in resolution, preferably saved in TIFF format. If you have your file saved as JPG or PNG you can use it as well. Make sure your design is saved in CMYK color palette, in CMYK: U.S. Web Coated (SWOP) v2 profile. The maximum size of the file we work with is 10000 x 10000 pixels. 

If you want to print your image on the entire width of the fabric then you will need to make a seamless pattern. A seamless print is characterized by duplicated elements that join together in such a way that the seams are not visible.

To print patterns across the entire width of a fabric roll, you would need enormous graphics files. To minimize the size of the printing files you can send a single seamless pattern report, i.e. the smallest element that can be reproduced as many times as needed to obtain a pattern of the right size.

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