How to make your design suitable for printing
When uploading your designs or creating a mockup in cart customisation, please use ai, png, jpg, jpeg, eps or zip files. This makes it easier for our team to turn your digital designs into physical prints.
Every garment on our website displays customise options with available print positions to help you make the right choice for your clothing. Available printing areas differ between garments so make sure to check these before continuing.
If you choose to create a mockup at this stage, helpful orange boxes will outline the printable positions and logos will only place inside these areas.
Our team of skilled digitizers are happy to remove backgrounds from your logo so you don’t have to. By default we will remove plain backgrounds if we can see they are not part of the actual design.
Different methods of customisation are capable of creating different design sizes and always have a maximum capacity. The maximum width for printing is 35cm. The maximum width for embroidery is 25cm and the maximum stitch count is 18,000 stitches. The height of designs are automatically adjusted according to the width meaning they are always in scale.
Certain customisation limitations may apply based on your design. For example, designs with a lot of varied colours may not be suitable for embroidery or vinyl transfer. This is why our expert team are available to offer the best solutions such as print method suggestions or design alterations. We may advise changes to designs to make them more suitable which could mean additional set up costs. Furthermore, we reserve the right to refuse an order if they do not meet our artwork guidelines and an alternative design decision is not met.
It is always best to send the highest quality version of your design that you can to ensure the best finished result. Files that are 300 DPI or higher are desirable. If we receive a low quality logo we will get in touch to discuss the best way to proceed so that you are not disappointed in your purchase.