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6 Common Artwork Preparation Mistakes

Are You Preparing Your Artwork Correctly For Print? Before you upload your photos and begin to add them to products, please consider our image requirements first. This is your absolute best shot in guaranteeing that your prints will come out just the way you want them! If you ignore t
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Common Mistakes: Understanding Underbase

Underbase has come up as being a commonly misunderstood concept. We try our best to lay out different concepts and techniques as clearly as possible, but sometimes you really just need to see something before you can understand it. We get a lot of questions about underbase so we thoug
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Common Mistakes: Have You Been Adding Your Products Incorrectly?

Did You Add Your Products Correctly? People adding their products incorrectly is a mistake we see time and time again. Most often, people will only upload the mock-up files, and not the image files. Here are some examples of correctly and incorrectly added products: Correct Note both
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The Problem With .PNGs And Printing

What Is A .PNG File? A .png file, or a "Portable Network Graphics" file is a file type that was designed primarily for web and screen use. The primary function of this file type is to allow for transparency at any level to be published to the web and used online. A .png is a great fil
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Common DTG Printing Errors #1 – Invisible Pixels

When printing direct to garment (DTG) a white underboss is printed on dark garments by default. This white underbase is both the white of a design as well as the base layer before the color is printed on top. By adding the underbase the colors will be much more vibrant. Below is an ex
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How to remove the white background from your image

When designing a t-shirt, hang tag or heat press label you often will have a logo or graphic that is on background. If you want your graphic to ‘POP’ on the shirt, you must remove this background and place the object on a transparent background. In this tutorial we will show you a few
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