AllenArea.com

What is the Trimming Zone? The Trimming Zone, or the trim line, is where the product will be trimmed to its final size. The trim line indicates the final size of the product. Please keep in mind that variations may occur during the trimming process, and we cannot guarantee that your product will be trimmed perfectly along the trim line.
ghdtdfgdgfgne

Work and Tumble:

A printing method where different pages are assembled so that they are on one plate. One side is printed and the sheet is turned from front to rear so that you are using the opposite edge as the gripper edge and then the second side is printed. The product is then cut apart to make two finished items.  

Work and Turn:

A printing method where different pages are assembled so that they are on one plate. One side is printed and then the sheet is turned over so that you are using the same gripper edge and then the second side is printed. The product is then cut apart to make two finished items. cgfhghfhfhffhrn2
-What colors are you offering for the T-Shirts?
See Our Color Chart - Our T-Shirts, made from 100% cotton.
-What size T-shirts do you offer?
From Small To 6XL
-What process do you use to print T-Shirts?
Our T-Shirts are printed DTG.
- What is the total print area for the T-Shirt?
14"x18" As you can see, the print area (GREEN) will be printed on the shirt. Anything outside that area (RED) will not be printed. fggdrrrq  
-Do I need to set up my artwork differently for various colors?
No. For all T-Shirts; the background color of your artwork must be transparent if you want the color of the garment to show. Saving a transparent PDF or TIF file is the best way to do this. You can also send in EPS files with no background. tshghgnghgaq For example, if you want a logo printed on a garment and your artwork contains the logo with a white background, or any background color, it will print as you see it on the file. The logo must be on a transparent background if you only want the logo to print.
-Do you offer templates to assist in setup for T-Shirts?
To help visualize setup and bleed rules, you can use our T-Shirt templates available here
- Do I need to setup my T-Shirt files with Bleed?
T-Shirt art files do not need bleed. Please submit your files exact size
1. What type of Tote Bags do you offer?
We offer a sturdy 100% cotton Tote Bag that's eco-friendly and useful for anything from grocery shopping to hitting the gym. The 6-oz cotton canvas material is washable and reusable. Dual self-fabric straps offer convenient over-the-shoulder carry, leaving hands free for shopping applications.
2. What color Tote Bags do you offer?
Natural (off-white), Blue (royal), and Red
3. What size Tote Bags do you offer?
Product size: 14.5"W x 16"H x 1" / Printable area: 9"W x 13"H - both sides.
4. What process do you use to print Tote Bags?
Our Tote Bags are printed by a CMYK+W digital print process.
5. Can you print on both sides of the Tote Bag?
Yes, 4/4 printing is available on both sides of the Tote Bag.
6. What types of files do you accept for Tote Bags?
Current acceptable file types are .pdf, .jpg, and .eps files.
7. Do I need to set-up my artwork file differently for various colors?
No. For all Tote Bags; the background color of your artwork must be transparent if you want the color of the bag to show. Saving a transparent PDF or TIF file is the best way to do this. You can also send in EPS files with no background. tshghgnghgaq For example, if you want a logo printed on a bag and your artwork contains the logo with a white background, or any background color, it will print as you see it on the file. The logo must be on a transparent background if you only want the logo to print.
8. Do you offer templates to assist in setup for Tote Bags?
To help visualize setup and bleed rules, you can use our Tote Bag templates.
9. Do I need to setup my Tote Bag files with Bleed?
Tote Bag art files do not need bleed. Please submit your files at exactly 9"W x 13"H.
10. Do I need to include crop marks for my Tote Bag files?
No, please do not send your artwork with crop marks or any other printer marks, including crop marks, registration marks, or color bars.
1. How do I set up artwork for Table Covers?
It is highly recommended to use our templates for Table Throws and Table Runners. We require a 0.5 inch bleed on all sides. Leave a 1 inch safe zone on all sides.
2. How are Table Covers printed and what material are they made of?
Table Throws are printed on premium 9oz polyester using superior quality direct to fabric dye sublimation equipment.
3. Are Table Covers machine washable?
Yes, Table Covers (Table Throws & Table Runners) can be machine washed in cold water with mild detergent using the gentle cycle. Tumble dry on low to prevent fabric shrinking, and steam to release wrinkles if necessary.
4. Is the 9oz polyester Table Cover material flame resistant?
Yes, 9oz polyester Table Cover material is flame resistant under normal conditions. Make sure to avoid exposure to open flames and exceedingly high temperatures. Also, avoid use of strong oxidizers, bases, and acids with this product.
5. What are the artwork setup instructions for 4over Table Runners?
Text and graphics should be placed at least 1" from the edge of the fabric. For example, if you order a 30" x 84" Table Runner, the live image area will be 28" x 82". 4over will professionally hand sew 1" hems around your Table Runner. Bleed: Ensure you have 0.5" on all sides of your artwork and please do not add crops.
6. What is the difference between 4-sided and 3-sided Table Throw?
4-Sided Table Throw: Covers the entire table top (standard size) and has a 30" drape on each side. Also referred to as Closed Back. 3-Sided Table Throw: Covers the entire table top (standard size) and has a 30" drape on the front and left and right sides, while the back has an 8" drape. Also referred to as Open Back.
7. What size table are 4over Table Runners designed to fit?
Table Runners will fit most 30" wide x 30" high convention tables of varied lengths. This product is designed with a total drop area of 54", allowing for 27" drop in front and back (or any set of drop lengths equal to 54" that don't exceed 30" on one side of the table). jggfgfgffze
8. What size table are 4over Table Throws designed to fit?
6ft Table Throws fit standard 6ft tables with the following dimensions: 72" L x 30" W x 30" H. 8ft Table Throws fit standard 8ft tables with the following dimensions: 96" L x 30" W x 30" H. fgghfffgggghhe-sm tabdffgthyyyyyrge-sm
9. What color thread is used for hemming Table Covers?
Option for white or black thread hemming is available.
• Do not paste small or low resolution images into your design file (such as a logo that is only 0.75”x1” in size, for example).
• Low resolution images will not print clearly (72 DPI or less). This includes images copied off of the internet.
• The best way to check the print quality of an image is to view that image at Print Size, if possible. Whatever appears pixilated or blurry will print that way.
• The next‐best way to check the print quality of an image is to view that image at its Actual Size (100%). Whatever appears pixilated or blurry will print that way.
• The units of measure used by eSigns.com are feet and inches. 1’ = 12”
• To find how many inches a given side of a sign with a size listed in feet equals, multiply the given value by 12. (So a horizontal banner of 3’x6’ is equal to 36”x72”.)
• Products are listed by Height (top‐to‐bottom) first, and Width (left‐to‐right) second. (So 3’x6’ is a horizontal (landscape) sign, and 6’x3’ is a vertical (portrait) sign.)
• For best results, your design file should have a resolution of 150 DPI and the canvas/page size should be set to the actual size of the sign (in inches).
• Design files larger than the actual size of the sign can be submitted. (Decreasing the size of an image normally does not cause problems.)
• Design files smaller than the actual size of the sign will usually need to be adjusted before being printed.
• If working at half of the sign’s actual size would be easier - and depending on the computer and software you’re using, it may be - then please make sure your file’s resolution is at least 300 DPI.
• If you have a complete design file, make sure you’ve selected the Upload Print-Ready Design option instead of-the Design Online option before uploading your file.
•Uploading your design for proofing takes place before placing an order, so there is no obligation to buy if the proof shows the design to be unsuitable for printing.
• While you may choose to skip the proof for your file, it is not recommended - skipping the proof means that any problems your design may have will not be discovered until after the order has been placed, rather than before.
• If problems are found with a skipped proof or an online design, we will send notice by email.
Final Tips & Tricks:
• ZIPX: This compression format will give the best results but is only supported by a limited number of programs at this time. If using this format, it will help to create a Self-Extracting Archive file. That will allow someone who does not have a program that works with ZIPX files to extract the design. Please make sure to let our personnel know that you will be uploading such a file, otherwise the file (which will be an EXE) may be rejected. A stand‐alone ZIPX file may also be rejected without advanced notice.
• If you have a full version of Adobe Acrobat®, you have another tool available to you that can help make your design something easy to transfer and process. The “Create PDF from File” option can be used to import and convert a design file that is over the 100 MB file size limit directly to PDF. (One example of this process is a recent TIFF of just under 400 MB. Putting it into a ZIP file reduced the file size by 63% (139 MB). Putting it into a ZIPX file brought it down by 80% (79 MB). And converting it to PDF in Acrobat® brought it down to 11 MB (about 2.8% of the file’s original size, without a loss of image quality).
• PSB Files: If you work with PSD and PSB files in older versions of Photoshop or applications that don’t support layers, you can add a flattened version of the image to the saved file. Note: If you save an image in an earlier version of Photoshop, features that version doesn’t support are discarded. It can help to make sure you produce a PSB file with the compatibility settings turned on.
1. Choose Edit > Preferences > File Handling (Windows) or Photoshop > Preferences > File Handling (Mac OS).
2. From the Maximize PSD and PSB File Compatibility menu, choose any of the following: Always ‐ Saves a composite (flattened) image along with the layers of your document. Ask ‐ Asks whether to maximize compatibility when you save. Never ‐ Saves only a layered image.
Our Certified Templates are a great tool to create artwork that can be printed faster, easier, and more accurately. If you are using Illustrator, you can use our specialized EPS templates. If you are using something other than Illustrator, download the JPG version.
 Here is what each of the lines mean inside the template:
 gjhfgff1
 Here is what an 8.5x11 brochure template looks like:
 gfhtrfghffhf3
 These templates will help you identify where the cut line, bleed line, and safety line, are located along with other information so you can design your art correctly.
 Some of our templates are labeled as OUT and IN. This means that there is some folding involved with the template. OUT means the FRONT of the job and IN means the BACK. During the upload part of your order, remember that OUT is the FRONT and IN is the BACK.
 Here is an example of the fold-over business card template:
 dfgfgggg2
 As you can see, OUT is the FRONT of the job and after folding, will be facing outward. You can also see the rotation of the job. The front must be positioned upside down so it can fold correctly.
 Remember, do not move or change any part of the template when using them.
Any transparency issue can be resolved before saving your file. - What a transparency problem looks like on screen...
 7trfffgghfhghgfcy
After a transparency problem is printed...
 7tragfgfhancy
 To prevent this, never use shadows, glows, or any other transparency (image or otherwise) on top of a spot color. Always convert your spot color to CMYK and flatten before sending.
 7trafgfgfgffcy2
 SHADOWS GLOWS TRANSPARENCY
All of these effects will cause transparency problems.

TENT BUSINESS CARDS Turnaround Time

 (Shipping Time Not Included)

Additional Holiday Turnaround: Please be advised that during the holiday season, our standard printing turnaround time will be extended by an additional (2) two business days due to an increase in volume. Thank you for your cooperation.

 TENT BUSINESS CARDS: 4-8 business days after approval and processed payment.

  • Recycled Paper: additional 3 business days.
  • 16pt. Dull Cover: additional 3 business days.
  • Quantity Over 5K: additional 3 business days per 5k.

 SPECIALTY WORK - [printing, bindery, die cutting etc.]: 3-10 additional business days.

* Round corners usually take 1 business day, but since we currently have only one machine for round corners, allow up to 3 days in case we have high volumes of orders and/or technical difficulties with machinery. Please allow one day for receipt of labeling and billing information before counting turnaround time for shipping from UPS. For example, if you are quoted a shipping time of 3 business days from February 3rd, please allow the first day for us to relay your information and for UPS to pick up, and the following 3 business days/non-holidays for your shipment to arrive.
TEMPORARY SIGN: Any sign not intended for permanent installation, such as banners and signs at construction sites. They may be incidental or miscellaneous in nature, such as political and real estate signs.