Artwork Specifications for Printing/manufacturing
Email artwork to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artwork that requires editing may incur an additional charge
Windows and Mac files are accepted for many of our products.
ALL FILES SHOULD BE PRODUCED IN VECTOR FORMAT FOR BEST RESULTS. FONTS (TEXT) SHOULD BE IN OUTLINED FORMAT (TEXT-AS-CURVES) OR FONT FILE SHOULD BE PROVIDED AS WELL. PLEASE INCLUDE BLEED.
Approving artwork must be your responsibility before your job can proceed to production.
Badge Busters cannot be responsible to proof nor approve your work for any typographic errors, omissions or mistakes.
NOTE: Any changes made after the first revised proof may incur additional production costs.
These E-Proofs are privileged and copy written.
Any unauthorized use of these files by any unintended recipient is prohibited.
The color of your proofs as they appear on your monitor are only a close representation of the final printed piece.
Colors may vary dependent on your monitor’s brightness, contrast and color adjustment settings.
This image may appear larger than actual production size depending on the resolution of your monitor.
Artwork specifications for printing/manufacturing:
We can accept the following files…..Some of our products need specific software for manufacturing purposes.
Save as Illustrator or Illustrator EPS. Type as outlines. This is the best type of file for us to use. Call out all colors in PMS numbers. We will do our best to match as close as possible. Many print jobs are CMYK and not color call out.Photoshop FILES.
TIFF (.TIF) files with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Lower resolution will print rough or incur art charges to clean up. .jpg & .gif Images copied from the web, usually do not have the detail required. Large files may need to be compressed.
Please be sure to outline all fonts and linked images in graphic. Save as EPS.
Must be exported as .AI file with text converted to curves.
Save as EPS, with text converted to paths.
When using a PC, please be sure to save files in .AI, .EPS or .TIF formats so we may open them easily. Outline all fonts.
We can accept your files on via email or aon a floppy disk, Zip disk or CD. If your disk must be returned, please include return label.
Using online images
Images published in the United States are automatically copyrighted by their owners, even if they do not explicitly carry a copyright warning. You may not reproduce copyright images without their owner’s permission, except in “fair use” cases,
Please call when you have a file not mentioned above. Files that may require art charges are .JPG, .GIF, .DOC, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint etc. This is usually because these files are either too low in resolution (image quality) or do not contain usable art. We have methods of extracting something from most files sent, but results may vary.
File compression for disk or e-mail.
For larger files we recommend using compression software whenever possible for disk and e-mail files. This helps files arrive without errors. Use Stuff-it, Disk Doubler, .SIT, .SEA or PKZIP.