HOW TO PREPARE FILES FOR ROLLUP SYSTEM
This specification shows how to prepare print files for purpose production. If you have any doubts please visit our website’s FAQ page or contact Technical Support.
1. FILE TYPES
We only accept finalised output PDF files.
- PostScript level 1, 2 or 3,
- design elements must be embedded,
- all texts must be outlined,
- MUST NOT contain colour profiles,
- bitmaps must be saved with LZW or JPG,
- each design saved as a separate file,
- PDF files cannot be password protected.
All print files need to be designed using a special template available on our webpage.
ATTENTION! If the files are not designed on the Printhouse template, the customer may be charged for an additional work required to adjust the files to the Printhouse requirements. The Printhouse reserves the right to cancel an order which files are not prepared according to our specification and/or on our template.
All print files must be prepared in 1:1 scale.
ATTENTION! The Printhouse will not be held liable for any misprints if the client scales or in any other way alters the templates.
All print files must be prepared in CMYK colour space with an 8-bit colour depth. If the files contain colours other than CMYK those colours will be automatically converted to CMYK colour space. To obtain the right
saturation of the black colour depth the following values must be used C0 M0 Y0 K100.
Total ink limit (TIL) must not exceed 300%.
ATTENTION! The same colour can have a different tint if printed on a different material or with a different technology.
All print files must be prepared in 100-150ppi resolution.
The resolution of print files cannot be lower than 72ppi and higher than 150ppi.
6. BLEED AND SAFE AREA
Bleeds and safe area are embedded in the templates.
When designing your artwork you must always comply with bleeds and safe area embedded in the template.
ATTENTION! When you complete your design you need to delete the safe area contour and the captions from the design. These elements cannot be embedded in your nal pdf print file.