Enhancements 1. Email Notifications – When any SOs or Projects are deleted, we are now sending 2 new emails to the relevant parties/users so there is some level of proactive tracking/paper trail. 2. Sample Request Form – To introduce more efficiencies for distributors, we’ve now introduced a button (form) to directly request a welcome kit/sample…
Enhancements 1. Dashboard – New hyperlinks across dashboard buttons 2. Promo Search – remember products user has selected during search (even if they navigate back and forth between search and product details page) and allow bulk add to presentation or estimation. User selections will also be remembered for any products checked beyond page one for…
PNG and GIF files are not suitable for promo and paper printing. These formats are optimized for online use and do not have the resolution and color depth required for high-quality printing. It is best to use the above-mentioned file formats or convert your image to a suitable format.
The most commonly accepted file formats for promo and paper printing are PDF, JPEG, and TIFF. It is best to check with the printer or the person you are working with to confirm which file formats they can work with.
JPG and PNG files are not suitable for apparel embroidery, as they are not digitized for embroidery machines. It is best to use the above-mentioned file formats or have your image digitized by a professional.
The most commonly accepted file formats for apparel embroidery are DST, PES, JEF, XXX, and EMB. It is best to check with the embroidery company or the person you are working with to confirm which file formats they can work with.
To make sure your image is large enough to fill the space, you can multiply the size of your image by 300. For example, if you want to cover a 3.5 x 2 business card with an image, your image should be at least 1050 x 600 pixels large.
Most images found online have a resolution of 72 dpi and are considered low resolution. To ensure that your images are crisp and clear when used in printing, they should be larger than the file size of your project.
Resolution is the number of colored dots or pixels that make up an image. The higher the resolution, the clearer and better the print will be.
In the ARTWORK REQUEST SECTION, you will see a drop-down menu for the list of accounts registered in your account. If it’s a new account, select the button for “New Account” and you will be redirected to the page to add a new account.