Engraving maybe added in the new Select Engraving Section. Note there is a $25.00 setup fee per job for Pesonalized engraving and a $50.00 setup fee for Engraved Logos. Please email logos to email@example.com
Ø No Running charge.
Ø On orders of 25 or more you will receive an engraving proof of your order within 1-3 days from receipt of your order for your approval.
Ø We engrave the text as it appears on the engraving form.
Ø Call for quote.
Please follow the guidelines below to ensure that your artwork is processed quickly and accurately.
Ø PC format black and white camera-ready. Faxes, photocopies, business cards & letterheads are NOT considered camera-ready
Ø If your artwork is in color, please specify the exact PMS colors used
Ø Clean line art (vector art)
Ø Vector artwork files must be written in the Postcript™ language. Any type set on paths must be converted to outlines (curves).
Hard Copy Artwork:
Ø Hard copy logos should be as large as possible within an 8.5" x 11" area to ensure a clean scan
Acceptable Electronic Files:
Ø Adobe Illustrator(.eps, or ai) converted to vector art
Ø Adobe Photoshop(.psd) converted to vector art
Ø Corel Draw(.cdr)
Ø Acrobat PDF Files
Other Acceptable: (require as high a resolution as possible)
Note: We can recreate your logos for an additional art preparation fee of $50.00
Sending your artwork:
Please send your logo or any other artwork to be reproduced on your promotional merchandise either as an electronic file (e-mail) or by mail. Faxed art work may not produce the best results.
Ø By E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ø By mail:
Promo Products Direct
7207 Regency Square Blvd,
Att: Engraving Department
Ø By fax: (713) 783-2240
Digital images should be vector artwork (not bitmapped/raster) and saved in Adobe Illustrator as an EPS (encapsulated PostScript) file.
Please do NOT send raster images that are embedded within another file, such as within a Microsoft Word file.
In rare cases, bitmapped/raster files, such as TIFFs, may be acceptable if the image is as large as possible and at a resolution of at least 100dpi.
We have capabilities for Macintosh.
Bitmap files should render images at 100 percent of actual imprint size.
Images that contain halftones, tints, grayscales or are intended for process color separation should have a bitmap resolution (Pixels-per-inch that is a multiple of no less than 150 to 200 percent of the line screen frequency specified by the printing process).