Please note, we do not support PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Excel, or other document (.doc) formatted files.
If you are a sending a file designed in Adobe Illustrator or InDesign, it is important that all font is converted to outlines and curves. For best results, we recommend that you flatten all layers and export as a [.jpg.]
When sending in or requesting a design, please provide a color proof to accompany your request to guarantee accurate color matching in Pantone colors. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee colour matching if Pantone colors are not used but our graphic design team can provide a very close match if requested. Feel free to supply a color sample to our design team, we are able to scan it with our in-house equipment to accurately colour match to your liking.
What is a vector file?
A vector file is a commonly used format that is comprised of a mathematical equation such as linear and curved lines within your design to allow your image to display a clean, flawless look. Vector files are commonly used for producing apparel and/ or contour cutting your designs. Vector files are very easy to work with and can allow your designer the re-sizing capability without losing image quality.
The best resolution for graphics being installed on trucks and/or murals is approximately between 72 to 150 DPI (Dots Per Inch). The DPI of your file will differ based on the size and quality you are requesting. We encourage clients to access a DPI calculator online to verify their DPI.
Our graphic design team will be happy to walk you through the process. Please contact Mathieu Chartrand or Gabriel Nahon at (613)-749-7303 for more information.