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Artwork Guidelines:


Parts of the artwork that are intended to print up to the trimmed edge of printed glasses should be extended 2mm beyond the 'cut line' to give a 'bleed' (which allows for tolerance in the production process). Any text or images are recommended to be inset at least 2mm inside the cut line.

Colours & Colour Matching

We are able to design and print 3d glasses using CMYK or Pantone U* colour reference.

* We print in CMYK, if you supply us with a PantoneĀ® colour we will try to match as closely as possible.
RGB and other non-ink based colour systems will be converted to CMYK.


If you are supplying your artwork to us with a rare font, it is often best to outline fonts (or 'convert to curves') before sending, removing the need for us to have the font on our system.

Submitting Files

We accept logos and 3d glasses designs in almost any format, but if the glasses has been designed using a vector based program it is always best to prevent rasterising the design. As such, our preferred file formats are vector based and are listed below:


Other common but non-vector file formats include:

As previously mentioned, we can open almost any file type. In the unlikely event that you send us a file that we cannot open, we will contact you about your options.

We can currently accept files via email up to around 20MB.

Artwork Templates:

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