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Prepare Artwork Before Print Your Beyond Label

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Prepare Artwork Before Print Your Beyond label

Memo: Note that makes sure everything in your artwork is being correct, please check your print files specifications carefully before sending them to making digital proofs. SAVE YOUR VALUE TIME.

Preferred File Vector Formats

  • Adobe Illustrator (.ai or .pdf)
  • Native Adobe Photoshop CC (.psd or .pdf)

CDR

If there only JPEG, PNG pictures, please make sure that all placed images at a minimum of 300 DPI.

File Resolution

All ready print artworks need to be at a minimum of 300 DPI. Be sure to all print labels clear enough to read the wording, logo.

CMYK vs RGB and Pantone Colors

Our machine all are based on CMYK mode and Pantone Colors mode, but NOT RGB. Therefore all RGB images will need to be converted into CMYK, which will cause extreme shifts in color. RGB looks brighter than CMYK, so it will look darker after converted into CMYK.

If there any questions, please contact us to find out solutions to make adjustments to the RGB color changing, make it close to CMYK.

Vector vs.Non-Vector

Using vector graphics can print out the best quality labels, also allows us to make adjustments to the artworks. For example, Vector to be easy to make the Gold Foil, Spot Gloss UV, Partial Metallic, and so on. However, if working on Non-Vector graphics, have to pay a lot of time, to draw an outline in Adobe Photoshop, but still cannot reach the quality of the Vector artwork.

Fonts

Before sending us your documents, please make sure that you had converted all your fonts to outlines. In this case, we can avoid missing fonts or something changing, which will create errors in your ready print labels.

Bleeds

All of your dies have three parts: Bleeding Line, Cut Line, and Safe Line.

Bleeding Line: we will require 2mm extra images to make sure the image or colors meets the label edge, for cutting.

Cut Line: it is for die-cutting the labels, make it into your label size.

Safe Line: make sure your label specifications safety, will not cut by die-cutting mold.

Compressing & Combining Files

For uploading the label artwork, we recommend that you compress your files into a zip folder. You can also use file-sharing such as DropBox, Google Drive, We Transfer, One Drive, Mega, and so on.

White Ink

White Ink can be applied in much different printing to improve your label designs. For example, a white layer in your designs will allow seeing where you print on Transparent Material, or Matt looking on Chrome Metallic BOPP, and so on.  It plays big roll on the printing your labels.


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