What you need to know to UPLOAD your file for printing|
All files you choose to upload must be PC-format based.
The files upload service is not available for mac at present.
Please consider the following when you prepare a file or a logo for uploading:
1. The file size must be no larger than 1MB.
2. The file resolution Must be exactly 200ppi (pixels per inch), no more nor less.
All calculations in the present specifications are based on the assumption that the resolution of the file you
uploaded is 200ppi.
3. The file format must be compatible with our system, which accepts the following file formats: (*.jpg,*. jpeg),
Please consider both the “full bleed” size of the various products and their final (cut) size, as presented in the
”Job Types And Sizes” table below.
4. Sometimes when a file you have uploaded has a white background layer over the design you have chosen, there
may be a problem of “incompatible” layers. In this case Try to use another template from our templates bank, one
with a brighter background.
5. Every file or logo you are preparing to upload should be in a R .
6. Color - Please take care to convert every file uploaded into the system into RGB format.
If your file has been created in CMYK, you must convert it to RGB before uploading. The CMYK color system is the
printing industry standard for process printing. RGB colors are mostly used in computer and TV screens where R
stands for red, G for green and B for blue. Such colors often look different on different screens. Professional
users and graphic artists calibrate their screen colors in order to ensure that what they see on their screen is
the same color that will be printed, but regular users don’t do this and thus frequently see a somewhat different
color on their screen than the color produced in actual printing. Although, in most cases, the difference won’t
be noticeable, please take this phenomenon into consideration and assume that the colors you see on the screen
may look somewhat different than those that will be printed.
Remember: when uploading a file, please check the following: resolution, file size, file format and physical size.
Job Types And Sizes(*)
(*) The above table assumes that the resolution of the uploaded file is 200 PPI .