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- Round Size: 1″ Round, 1.75″ Round, 1.25″ Round, 1.50″ Round, 2.50″ Round, 3″ Round, 4″ Round
- Square Size: 2″ Square, 2.5″ Square
- Rectangular Size: 2″ x 3″ Rectangular, 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ Rectangular
- Standard Imprint Method(s): 4-Color Process
- Full bleeds available
- Please Note: Lamination may slightly alter color(s)
- Packaging: All orders are bulk packed
Note: Logo colors depicted in the product image may not reflect current print options.
- Supplied files must conform to the following:
- Imprinting 1 color and CMYK products: AI, PDF, or EPS files containing 100% Vector artwork
- Imprinting CMYK products: JPEG or TIFF files are also acceptable if they are at least 300 DPI
- Please download this product’s template for specific details about text size and line weight. The template must be uploaded including your artwork when you place your order.
- ® and ™ should be no smaller than 4 pt
- Create outlines for all text prior to submission
- If you need a PMS color not depicted on this page (above), please place a custom estimate request
Based on Print Method:
- Artwork must be uploaded in 100% black regardless of imprint color (1 color imprints)
- Gradients cannot be used with silkscreened products (1 color imprints)
- Gradients can be used on 4-Color process
- Shading or screening cannot be used with silkscreened products (1 color imprints)
- Shading or screening can be used on 4-Color process
- Spot colors are available for silkscreened items only (1 color imprints)
Vector is defined as the use of points, lines, curves and shapes based on mathematical expressions. Because vector-based images are made up of lines rather than a specific number of dots, they can be scaled to a larger size without losing any image quality
Raster is defined as a file that is resolution dependent. This means it cannot be scaled to any size without losing image quality. Raster graphics typically include photographs and photo-realistic images.