1. Printing produces a 24x49cm design that duplicates on the reverse.
2. Care is needed around the edges and sides so that either:
a) the design overlaps with itself,
b) is complex so the eye carries it over or,
c) is a solid colour.
3. Edges can roll up so text should be given a reasonable buffer from all edges.
4. The process of printing on fabric is not as exact as paper or other mediums so it is worth noting that you wont be able to line up the design exactly on each side.
5. Given the fabric stretches differently at different times during printing process edges can be out by a few millimetres at worst.
6. Final layout files should be submitted as Hi-Res PDFs with 5mm bleed and appropriate print marks. However, vector files (e.g. .AI, .EPS) are preferable where we're contributing design work or pre-press composition or where that makes no sense to you.
7. Raster files should be avoided wherever possible.
8. Proofs will be returned for signing and all orders will be place on-hold until signed.
6. THIR reserves the right to approve designs before accepting the order.