Minimizing digital printing hassles—and lost profits

By signcraft

Posted on Monday, August 7th, 2023

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Digital printing goes smoothly when you create your own files, but that can change when you have to deal with a file that the customer provides. To do a successful digital print, you need a file in JPG, PDF, TIFF or EPS format in an acceptable resolution for the dimensions of the finished print. Many, if not most, customers don’t understand those two facts.

If you’re lucky, the customer will give you a PDF that was exported from a design program like CorelDRAW with the fonts converted to curves. The resulting file will be a vector file that you can open in your design program and enlarge as needed for their sign. That’s seldom the case.

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