Low Profile Caps: 2" high by 4" wide, maximum.
Side: designs for the side of caps work best if they are small and do not have a straightedge bottom.
Unlike screen printing, embroidery only uses the art as a template for creating the digitized 'tapes.' For this reason, clean JPEGs will work just fine. Keep in mind, though, the clearer the image, the better. If you can't see the details in your design, then we can't either.
Art for digitizing, or digitized files can be emailed to the embroidery department: email@example.com
At ORS, we print allover apparel! These are some guidelines we use:
Our basic maximum imprint area is limited 14" wide x 16” high.
We do have speciality screens that go up to 36" wide.
Average Full Front or Full Back imprint sizes for ADULT tees are 12" wide or 12" high
Average Full Front or Full Back imprint sizes for YOUTH tees are 9" wide or 10" high
The average Left Chest imprint size is 4" wide or 4" tall.
For imprints on shirt pockets, the maximum imprint size is 3" wide by 3 1/2" tall.
Short Sleeve imprints can only go 3" x 3” maximum.
Long Sleeve imprints can be up to 3” wide and 15" high, maximum.
Leg imprints are usually 3" x 3"
Our designers are expert level Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Draw users. We can accept a wide variety of art sources, from state-of the art computer graphic files to something your drunk cousin Bob scrawled on a napkin and faxed to you when your toner was low and you had a paper jam. ? Computer files are preferred, but we can usually work with whatever you have.
While we can use files from many different graphic programs, we prefer PDF, EPS, SVG, TIFF and PNG files. Send what you have - we'll give it a whirl. We prefer vector files (ai, eps, svg} but if you have a raster image - it must be a minimum 300 dpi at full print size.
Art for screen printing can be emailed to our art department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Images on web pages are made to download quickly so they are usually small and very low resolution. Although we can create an imprint from such a picture, you probably wouldn't like the results. Larger, high resolution images would be preferable, but if the web image is all you have send it anyway and we'll see what we can do.
Good rules of thumb:
If you can’t zoom in to see details before it gets fuzzy/blurry/pixelated, then we can’t either.
Screenshots from social media posts are not preferable; please send the original photo or save the image & send to us. We also do not print or re-create images that are or may be subject to copywrite.