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I will be needing some screen printed tranfers made real soon, but I need someone to take a look at my design and tell me if they can use it for the transfers. It is in EPS format, but I can convert it to CDR or another format if necessary. I am more worried about the way I have my layers of colors arranged. I am attaching a small jpg here, but can send the EPS file to anyone willing to take a look at it for me.
 

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How big of an image are you lookin to print? Is this for t-shirts? Smalls, Mediums, XXXLs? All Sizes? From first impressions, it's pretty low on resolution.
 

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I will be needing some screen printed tranfers made real soon, but I need someone to take a look at my design and tell me if they can use it for the transfers. It is in EPS format, but I can convert it to CDR or another format if necessary. I am more worried about the way I have my layers of colors arranged. I am attaching a small jpg here, but can send the EPS file to anyone willing to take a look at it for me.
Yes, if it's a vector EPS file, it looks like it will work fine for a screen printed/plastisol transfer.

The best way to find out if it's OK is to send the actual file to the transfer company you plan on using. Each one has their own art departments with their own preferences that may vary from company to company.

When they look at the file, they will be able to tell you if it needs any changes or not.
 

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Thanks Rodney! I did create it in vector. I only used the low res jpg here for a sampling... Is there a particular company that you would recommend for the transfers?
 

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Theresa, as Rodney mentioned, the art and file type it is OK to go.

The only thing I would like to add is that the T-Shirt or Garment Fabric knit type you will be printing on is also important for a transfer company to know, so be sure to have this info ready on hand for them.



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