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Adobe Illustrator File Specifications
1.0 General Notes
2.0 RGB or CMYK?
For general printing just use your normal settings including:
2.1 Colour Matching for fabric printing
If you require colour matching to Pantone Colours on fabric then for best results we will need to be able to change the colours in the file. If you supply a flattened PDF file we can not change the colours in flattened areas, such as the colour under a drop shadow. In this case please supply either an Unflattened PDF file or the original Illustrator file.
If your document contains Transparency please supply the original file or an unflattened PDF as per 3.2 below.
3.1 Scaled Artwork and Flattening
If you are going to supply artwork as a flattened PDF or EPS (without transparency) then please take into consideration the document scale. If your Artwork is 10% full size and you flatten using the default High Resolution flattening preset then the final print will be only 30dpi. To avoid this create a new custom flattener preset as below
If your desired final resolution is 150dpi then
3.2 Supplying an un-flattened PDF
Use the save as option in Illustrator and use these PDF settings:
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