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MD7: How to prepare print-ready files

There are several acceptable file formats for print, including 1. PDF (Portable Document Format), 2.TIFF (Tagged Image File Format), 3. EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), AI (Adobe Illustrator). In general, it is recommended to use high-resolution files with a minimum of 300 dpi for sharp and clear images.

MD6: Adhesive Bonding versus Mechanical Fastening

Adhesive bonding involves using a specialized adhesive material to create a strong bond between two or more surfaces. On the other hand, mechanical fastening involves using mechanical devices such as screws, bolts, nails or other fasteners to physically hold materials together .

MD2: Legibility Chart

What go into creating identification products like signs, tags, labels, trophies or plaques that are easy to read?

Beside the use of suitable font and color, the chosen size of the letters matter. When the text on the sign is suitably sized, not only is the sign visible to viewers, it is also easier for them to read it.

MD3: Differences among the terms, stickers, labels and decals.

Many people often use these terms interchangeably. The consensus is that they are slightly different. Stickers or labels are often printed materials like paper, synthetic papers and they are mostly associated with indoor applications such as for laptops, mailing labels, etc. Decals are typically printed on synthetic substrates, such as vinyl (PVC) or polyester (PET)

MD4: Can We Silkscreen Print On Any Surfaces?

A silkscreen print is most commonly used for paper and fabric printing, such as for custom t-shirts like polo t-shirts and hoodies. However, silkscreen printing can also be used for custom designs on other materials and surfaces such as plastic, wood, metal and even glass and ceramics.


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