Our stickers are printed on 3M-quality vinyls, utilizing eco-solvent inks that provide a wider color gamut than traditional latex ink printers. We also offer lamination with added UV protection to make your stickers outlast the competition!
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Many of the cheaper options are screen printed, which is limited by colors, although quite durable on vinyl.
They are made in Portland, Oregon using organic, free-range materials.
What are the most common sizes?
There are a few popular options such as 2×4″ or 3×3″, but we can accommodate custom sizes up to 52″ wide.
Does it cost extra for more colors?
I use a digital printing process and unlike screen-printers, am not limited by number of colors.
What type of file do I need to send?
I can typically open any file type, no matter the source. I can work with photos, scanned images, vectored images as well as most any file type ever created.
I will contact you if there is something that may affect the final quality.
Do I need a vectored image?
While vectored graphics are ideal for large scale printing, they are absolutely not necessary for printing pocket-sized stickers.
We would be happy to review any image quality issues you may have https://lekarna-slovenija.com/kamagr…nafil/.
What is the difference between RGB and CMYK?
Simply put: the difference between these two ‘color modes’ is that RGB represents what can be displayed on Screens, and CMYK is limited to what can be reproduced in Print.
RGB [Red, Green, Blue] = 16M colors
CMYK [Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Key*] = 160k colors
*In traditional printing, the plates are aligned with the Key plate [black]