We can repeat the panel on the width of the fabric.
Here is how it will look on 1m of fabric that is 150cm wide:
If the panel is larger than in the example above, we will still repeat it on the width and length of the fabric, but some panels will not be full.
Here is an example of larger panel and how it would repeat on 1m of fabric:
To make a best use of the space you can also design a file that is as wide as fabric and 100cm high.
Just like this example:
We offer bespoke graphic design service and can help to create a perfect file. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!
Correct file format
We accept following file formats: jpeg, ai, psd, tiff
What is a JPEG?
JPEG is the standard image format to compress image data. The file is drastically reduced however, it can maintain reasonable image quality.
What is AI?
You only need to know about AI if you use the following software, Adobe Illustrator. It is a graphics file format that works best to contain vector-based graphics in a single page. Illustrator has no pixels, unlike Photoshop that only uses pixels – if you are new to this, do not worry. You do not need to use this software.
What is PSD?
PSD is unique to graphic software Adobe Photoshop. Again, you only need to know about PSD if you use this software.
It is an image editing friendly format that supports multiple image layers and various imaging options. It is a great option if you want the flexibility to go back and re-edit your image/design.
What is a TIFF file?
The best file to print your design! It has extremely high quality and is the only format we use to print your designs. It achieves the most accuracy and is often used when scanning or taking professional images.
All the other file types our customers send us are always converted to tiff file
The higher image resolution the better quality the print.
The resolution is measured in DPI (Dots Per Inch) or PPI (Pixels Per Inch).
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The image resolution our printer requires is 300dpi.
Double check that your file is 300DPI (dots per inch), this will also affect the quality of your printed design.
Below is an example of what file in 2 different resolutions:
A lot of images are created for viewing on screen, these are usually in 72dpi which makes them unsuitable for printing.
On occasions we can convert the file to the right resolution and size.
We always check if your file has the correct resolution to make sure your print is great quality!