Working with a digital print shop means you can save time and money by providing us with the correct artwork for your labels, produced according to the specifications described below. Please note that it makes good sense to check your designs (and spelling) before sending them to us -
Software Supported (Mac and PC versions)
Corel Draw (saved as a Print Quality PDF)
While we can usually work with native files in any of the formats above, our preferred format is an Adobe Illustrator EPS file with all fonts converted to outlines.
Artwork must include the die-
The easiest way to send us files is via email . If you’re sending many files and/or email proves to be unreliable, please burn a CD-
Full Bleeds and layout requirements
A full bleed is when the color “bleeds” off the label. If your label design or background color is intended to cover the entire surface of the label, please note that we need a 1.5mm bleed around each edge of the label. For example, if you have a 50mm x 25mm label where the color bleeds off the edges, you should size your design to 53mm x 28mm as this ensures a 2mm bleed around the entire label.
It’s also wise to leave at least 1.5mm of clear space (i.e. no significant design elements or text) inside the die-
Being a digital label printer, image mode and resolution are extremely important to ensure correct color and clarity. All raster (image-