1. Can you print on plastic?
    We need to know what kind of plastic.
  2. Can I send you a picture and you tell me if you can print on my product?
    The only way to confirm if we can print on something, what the print size will be and what ink we'll use is to send us a sample of your product, at times we may require more than one piece and we will advise if we need more.
  3. Why can't a jpeg be used as art?
    Pixels are comprised of many small squares. The more pixels per square inch the cleaner it will look, but no matter how clean it looks, the lines will show jagged and it wonít print as crisp and clean as vector art. JPEGS having multi-color do not allow for required colour separation. Vector is ideal for colour separation and printing.  Vector art is made from a series of mathematical curves, it will print crisp even when resized.
  4. Why canít certain colours print on the top of a coloured product without having white ink laid down first?
    Ink colour is transparent.  Ink may be a certain colour when we look at it as ink, once we place it on a coloured product as print, the colour of the product can show through the ink.  The print will not be as colourful and may even appear to be a different colour.  To ensure your ink colour looks like it should on a product, we recommend  when we have to put white down first, to prevent the colour of the product showing through your chosen ink colour,  before putting your ink colour down.   Where possible, we can recommend certain ink colours (black/silver as an example) that may not require this process when printing on a coloured product.  It is all dependent on the product, itís texture, itís colour and the colour of print that is required. 
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