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If you are supplying artwork files to us for any signage or graphics to manufacture, please follow our instructions detailed on our Artwork Preparation Guide.

Our Local Business Enterprise (LBE) Certification for the City and County of San Francisco can be found here.


Artwork Preparation Guide


  • General Guidelines
  • Cut Graphics Guidelines
  • Print Graphics Guidelines
  • Files to be emailed should be 6MB or smaller. Files may be compressed using Stuffit or WinZip.
  • Files larger than 6MB should be sent via Hightail.com
  • Convert all fonts to outlines.
  • Include all embedded graphics.
  • Save all files in PC compatible formats that include file extensions.
  • For precise color matching, please provide Pantone Number, standard vinyl color name, or paint swatch description from standard paint suppliers.
  • Weld all contacting graphics elements.
  • Convert single line to double line artwork.
  • Avoid duplicate and complex stacked vectors.
  • Only solid vector images can be cut, no half-tones or gradient fills.
  • Convert RGB files to CMYK
  • Preferred file formats:
    • Adobe Illustrator CS3 or newer
    • Corel Draw X3
    • EPS
    • PDF
    • FlexiSign 7.5
  • Convert RGB files to CMYK
  • Resolution should be at least 150dpi. Most web graphics are 72dpi, and therefore unsuitable.
  • When ever possible provide artwork at actual size. Please note scale and/or dimensions.
  • Preferred file formats:
    • Adobe Illustrator CS3 or newer
    • Adobe Photoshop CS3 or newer
    • Corel Draw X3
    • EPS
    • PDF
    • JPG
    • TIFF
  • If using Quark Xpress, InDesign, or MS Office please convert files to one of the formats listed above.

Art production, file conversion, and graphic design services are available in-housed upon request. Some file formats not listed above such as AutoCAD, Scanvec, DXF, DWG, PLT, HPGL, ProE, etc. may be acceptable depending on the specific job requirements.




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