Hot Pack PouchReorder is available for this item.
The actual printed color output on product material (cotton) may differ slightly from the submitted design file seen on the monitor.
Depending on the yarn count of the cotton (10 or 20), it may appear slight transparent and will not be fully opaque.
Passage of light may pass through. (Fabric Posters, Tablewares, Tote Bags, Pouches, Pencil Cases, etc)
Any white colored prints in design file will not be printed.
Please take note of this as there will be no refunds/returns for this matter.
If design has dark colored backgrounds, small fonts (below 8mm) and thin lines may be hard to see.
Please take note of this when working on design.
As the item is of fabric material, some areas with dust and specks of fibers printed on (0.1-0.2mm) may fall off,
since the ink is applied on. This is inevitable. If the color of the design is of darker tones, the ink printed may not be
fully visible and may result in some banding lines. With the above stated, we will nonetheless, do our best
to produce prints to be as even as possible.
100% White Cotton
Made of 100% cotton (20 count)
Less likely to attract dust and airy texture.
Suitable for poster and tableware uses.
How To Use
Lightweight, cotton backpack can be easily tighten or loosen to your comfortable level. Easy to carry over shoulders without staining your back. (Drawstring colors: Ivory/Black)
Our material/ink are certified by OEKO-TEX®
which have been tested for harmful toxic substances to protect your health. From the fabric to the thread, have been rigorously tested over 350 toxic chemicals.
Data Rroduction & Ordering
1. How To Create
Place your artwork design into the Printing layer and adjust accordingly to our guidelines.
For content with fonts, please "Create Outline" in AI (Illustrator) before saving as PDF. Short Key: Ctrl(Command)+Shift+O
2. Save PDF
Click (Save As…) and save the file under Adobe PDF format.
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Ensure to select Press Quality / Acrobat 6 (PDF 1.5) or above and
Create Acrobat Layers from Top-Level Layers before saving a PDF file.
1. Import Image
Click Import Image on the editor page.
JPG / PNG File Only.
2. Apply Image
Select image and apply. Ensure your image is centralised.
You can also drag and drop the image onto the template.
3. Edit Complete
Click on "Edit Complete" button to complete.