The badges are customized starting from the design, we accept metal handicraft per client’s design. So, what factors should we consider when drawing the emblem? The requirements to finalize our badge design are listed below:
There is multiple software online from which you can pick and make your design, a couple of online software are CorelDraw, Illustrator, Photoshop, and others.
We prefer that you stay within a 3 mm distance from the cutting line of your customized badge so that your manuscript or logo won’t be cut off.
A couple of tips to consider when picking a color for your customized badges;
- Color must adhere to the “CMYK” color standard; avoid using RGB or unusual colors unless printing is required in specific colors.
- To prevent the ink from drying slowly, try to avoid using four colors of black filling or four colors with a total value greater than 200% of the filling.
- Please don’t lower the color of the base map by more than 8%.
Need to build a frame or transform it into a curve and clean up any extraneous text clutter in the design file.
Please refrain from using thin lines of less than 0.15mm while drawing lines.
6. Saving the design
The resolution of the dot matrix diagram is set to 600 DPI (for example, Tif, PSD, JPG, or Eps).
To prevent missing prints during file processing, please place all designed content on a single layer on the same page (please do not layer objects).
7. Color difference
Color variation of +/- 10% is normal and is our standard when passing your design to our team.
Here at Relia Metal, all these requirements are strictly followed to ensure that every design from sketch to color is followed as per the customer’s liking. Get to know more about our processes by contacting us today!