Please feel free to supply any file format you feel will help us in organising your quote/sign. Kyle our designer will be able to advise you if the file is suitable or not. If you are use to different file formats you will benefit from reading below the file specifications (PDF is fastest and safest format).
Our Designer Kyle is a Trades Qualified Signwriter and Graphic Designer. Kyle has been in the signage industry for over 5 years and has a great understanding of how the signs work which makes it a successful platform to design the right sign. He can redesigning your log or starting from scratch. We can organise designs for all parts of your business, logo, business cards and stationary, signs for your business location, signage for your vehicle and then all your marketing and promotional material.
PRINTING AND FILE SPECIFICATIONS
All Large format prints (any size over A3 - 297mm x 420mm) should be supplied as PDF files. To save as PDF just select PDF in the ’save as’ option when saving your document. If this is not possible the same file specifications apply as for colour printing below.
All printing can be done directly from disc, memory device (USB stick/flash drive etc) or email (email file size restrictions apply, please do not send files over 6MB via email) if you have any enquiries please contact us on (07) 5520 7911.
Colour and B/W Printing File Specifications (Printing or Vinyl Cutting)
Our preferred format is PDF, to save as PDF simply select PDF in the ‘save as’ option when saving your document.
Adobe Illustrator (Printing or Vinyl Cutting)
If supplying an Adobe Illustrator document save document as an Illustrator EPS and check the type is outlined (no longer active or editable). To outline your type in Adobe Illustrator go to menu and select Type > Create Outlines, then save as an EPS by selecting EPS in ‘save as’ options. EPS format is the best for vinyl cutting.
Adobe Photoshop (Printing ONLY)
If supplying an Adobe Photoshop document flatten file before saving. To flatten your file go to Layer > Flatten Image, then save. Images to be 300 dpi or larger. Anything smaller than this will result in the image being unclear.
PDF IS THE SAFEST AND FASTEST FORMAT
Print Area Restrictions
Remember most laser printers have a ‘no print’ border so allow at least 3mm to 5mm print margin.