Order Placement Specifications
Sending of large files
For files larger than 1 MB we have an upload server: server.joor.it. We will automatically receive a message if you have uploaded a file.
Types of files
Do you have doubts about how best to deliver files and/or clothing to Joor it? Please check below first! Still doubts? Please contact us!
Bitmap or vector
We prefer to have a vector file to work with. These are files which often end with.AI,.EPS or. CDR and which you cannot open if you do not have these programmes . They are also known as printing files. If you provide.AI 4 we prefer a version which is stored uncompressed.
You do have a picture, but it is not a vector image? No problem! With some craftsmanship we make of your picture a neat (vector) image. You can help us by making sure that the resolution of your image is as high as possible (as many pixels as possible).
Did you get a picture from the internet? Pay attention to the number of pixels! If you use Google to search for pictures, make sure Google searches for large images! Have you found a pretty picture? Deliver them preferably digitally to us!
Submit a photo
For photos the general rule applies; the higher the resolution of the picture, the better the final print will be (300 dpi is usually adequate). You can submit photos in different ways. We prefer to have them digitally.
Provide a picture
If you want to provide a picture (no photo, but a drawn image), you can do this in several ways. The best results will be achieved with vector graphics. Programmes that use vectors include Coreldraw and Illustrator.
Providing a text
We will get the best result if we know the name of your choice of lettertype/ font. You are virtually unlimited in the size of lettertype , without any loss of quality. If we have the font, it will deliver a razor-sharp imprint. If you have found a very special font, then you can also provide it digitally. Of course you can also figure out fonts with us, we have a lot of them.
Providing print files
Have you got the knowledge and programmes at home to send us a file which is complete? In that case we like to have the original file where the fonts are converted to outlines. So if you do it in Photoshop, Illustrator or Coreldraw format, then we would like to have this type of file. For Photoshop and Illustrator we ask for version CS4 or lower, for Coreldraw version x 4. Or save your file as .EPS. Of course, you can phone or email Joor it. It is also possible to speak to us directly using the live chat!
For items which are going to be printed, we preferably use a file which is formatted in CMYK. For printing on clothing PMS is the preference. If we receive the files in RGB, there will always arise a difference from the colour on your computer screen. You can find the explanation here.
You have probably come across a picture or design where you thought: something's not right, but I do not know what. That is often a positive slide design. In general designs are laid out on a white background. For example, the worksheet of a design programme is always white. The minute you start working with shadow effects and you want the same file printed on (for example) a dark garment, it will go wrong. What happens ? The design gets positive because you are switching the colours around. You're going to print a dark design on a light surface rather than the other way around (a light design on a dark background). At that moment your design looks completely different, you have in effect a negative image on your garment. Can you do something about it ? Certainly, the minute we see such a design of yours, we're going to invert the image for you (difficult word for turn around). We do this free of charge. An example of what we mean you can see here: