- Minimal thickness of lines depending from density of color (0-100%}:
up to 24% – 0,45 pt (0,15 mm)
25-49% – 0,3 pt (0,1mm}
50-100% – 0,2 pt (0,07 mm}
- Note: Lines could be printed even thinner (down to 0.04mm}. In this case using special admixtures is requi This may increase production price.
- Grey color should be made as % from Black col It is not recommended to use mix of 2, 3 or 4 colors, as it may cause slight difference in colors from card to card.
- If you decide to use a Rich Black buildit should have a Total Ink Warning of 300% or bel Making it more may cause unexpected results.
- All graphic effects should be rasterized or transferred to bi
- It’s prohibited to use “transparency”, “shades” and other effects together with pantone i
- Difficult “gradients” or “mesh gradients” or swatches with patterns should be rasterized/outlined or transferred to bi
- Difference in light colors (less than 5%} and dark tones (over 95%) may be not visible
- Color format for all files is CMYK
- All black-white images should be made as “Grayscale”.
- Metallic inks on playing cards are not as shiny as on samples provided by ink manufacturers. Cards are made of paper which ab This effects the reflectivity of metallic inks.
- If in your design you decide to use a Rich Black there are a few rules that should be Our presses do a very good job of printing Black and in almost all cases only require Black areas to be 100%
Black and not a build using CMYK. This doesn’t mean that you cannot use a build of CMYK in your Black areas, but we can achieve the same result and have more control when those areas are Black only.
- Inks: We use Pantone color inks and metallic i Extra charges for metallic inks and for more than 4 inks per one side of cards may occur.
- Color differences on cards fully complies with ISO 12647