Tips for great printing
It’s important to keep in mind that the color of your graphics, once printed, may be slightly different from your expectations.
This is due to the RGB-CMYK conversion, all files are necessarily converted with this last format before being printed on the fabric thus leading to a difference between what you see on the screen (in RGB) and the final result of the print. Bright colors will appear darker, especially fluorescent colors.
By selecting a text color on the customizer you can set the brightness of the text using the appropriate function. If you lower the brightness slightly you can have, in a very approximate way, the final result (but remember to raise the brightness after the test! :P)
– Using the phone’s emoticons
If you are personalizing via your cell phone, we advise against using the emoticons available on your phone, they have a low resolution and therefore will not guarantee a good result! If you really can’t find an alternative, use them by shrinking them as much as possible.
– Text Color
If you want white text make sure the code matches “FFFFFF” and the indicator is placed totally in the corner, any other gradation will result in a slightly different color.
– Color Matching
Avoid slight contrasts, for example use a dark gray on the graphite t-shirt. The white color is not printed by customizing the white t-shirt, same principle applied to the black t-shirt for the black color. All other colors will be printed regularly.
If you have any doubts about the quality of your file contact us in advance by email, we will respond as soon as possible! Remember also that the white color is not printed by customizing the white T-shirt, the same principle applied to the black T-shirt for the black color. In colored t-shirts avoid the white squares.
Our customizer does not support vectors, use a PNG if possible, remembering to work in CMYK. After completing the purchase you can send us the vectorial via email, specifying in the subject the order number.
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Finally, remember that the colored t-shirts will arrive at home with a “frame” around the print. This “box” is the primer, a pre-treatment necessary for the white color of the graphics, the first wash will disappear :-)