Frequently Asked Questions
Most Common Questions
For each design, it is a minimum of 50 stickers or labels.
From approval of the artwork, it takes 48 hours to get printed and shipped.
No, not at this time using our regular upload. However, please call us at 720-618-5310 to discuss special orders. We will find the right solution for your situation.
File format: The following formats are acceptable for uploads: TIF, TIFF, EPS, AI, PSD, BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, PDF. All file formats, ensure all layers are flattened.
Resolution: In order for an image to print correctly, all file formats must be submitted at a resolution of 350 dpi at 100% of the final print size, 1/16″ for safe zone away from the trim line, and bleeds .1″. When file resolution is lower than 350 dpi, the final print will have a substantial drop in the image quality.
Color Mode: We require that you provide us with print-ready digital files in CMYK color mod. Provide all black and white artwork in grayscale color mode. We do not accept any other color mode.
Yes, our custom labels and stickers feature a laminate that makes them waterproof and resistant to oil and chemicals. They’ll hold up great in a wide variety of applications.
Our clear and metallic labels are printed with a premium white ink behind your design to preserve opacity. It’s also possible to print your design with white ink only.
Keep in mind we can use the white ink layer to make some really cool effects on metallic labels!
This is an electronic file that we will send you to review and approve the final design. We want to ensure all the details on your order are correct, the design is accurate, meeting expectations, and you approve for us to print your order.
Our white BOPP is a 2.4 mil on a #40 paper liner. Our clear and metallic BOPP is 2.0 mil on a #40 paper liner and our paper stock is #60 Semi-Gloss on a #40 paper liner and we use a .95 mil lamination for both gloss and matte.
Keep in mind, mil is not short for millimeter. Mil is a commonly used measurement for products like labels and stickers.
1 mil is equal to 0.001 inches or 0.0254 millimeters.
#40 liner is a paper liner that is measured by the poundage strength of the paper
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