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Our custom canvas prints are mounted on museum quality stretcher bars produced at sawmills that use sustainable practices.
These personalized canvas prints have anti-shrinkage and anti-warp properties thanks to kiln-dried stretching frames.
High Quality Printed Canvas
You can expect to receive beautiful, vibrant printing on our high quality canvas stock, just like our printed canvas rolls. Our canvas prints on solvent ink printers and the canvas is acid free.
This is intended to be a guide only, and while we do our best to ensure all our sizing is consistent, you may find that some styles vary in size. Our garment sizes correspond to the size charts provided by our suppliers with up to 1 inch tolerance in potential variance (smaller or larger).
Follow instructions on laundry tag for best care results. SinaLite is not responsible for damage caused otherwise.
How to measure: WIDTH: Lay garment flat. 1" below the armhole flat measure the garment across the chest. LENGTH: Lay garment flat (face down). Measure from center back neckline seam straight down to bottom of the front hem. SLEEVE LENGTH: Lay garment flat(face down). Measure from center back neck to outer edge of shoulder seam, then along outer edge to sleeve end.
Printed Apparel Care Instructions
The tag on each garment contains recommended care instructions for the garment itself; however, these instructions don’t take into account the direct-to-garment (DTG) printing process.
To help DTG printing last as long as possible, we recommend following the instructions below:
Turn the garment inside-out
Machine wash cold with like colors
Use mild detergent and a gentle cycle
Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary
Do not dry clean or use any fabric softeners
Hang dry when possible
Tumble dry on a low cycle when necessary
Iron inside-out on a cool setting
Do not iron the printed area
Create and upload elements of your artwork
For best results, we recommend building your artwork in our mockup generator platform. This means you create elements of your artwork in your usual design software and save each element (e.g. logo, slogan) as a separate file. You do not need to create a complete printable file with all the elements together. You can upload your elements as individual files in our mockup generator and position them there to create the printable layout you require.
Submit files in PNG or JPEG format with at least 150 DPI
We recommend using PNG for designs with a transparent background. For other designs, we advise preparing files in JPEG instead.
Create files in sRGB color profile
To ensure that your design looks as close as possible to what appears on your screen, make sure you create your print file in sRGB color profile.
Tips for Best Results
• Avoid semi-transparent designs
Semi-transparent graphics (or elements with lowered opacity) don't translate well in DTG printing. We advise using solid colors or simulating semi-transparency by halftoning.
• Create designs with the necessary DPI
Simply typing in a new resolution value into the file won't result in a higher resolution print. If your graphic's resolution is too low, the best solution is to recreate it.
• Ensure full bleed
Please ensure artwork contains full bleed. Failing to provide full bleed can result in the printed product showing a thin area of white on the edge.
If images are upload with a non-transparent background, this background will appear when printed.
We don't print white ink on white materials. Any designs for white materials containing white color will have areas with no print on them.
There might be slight discrepancies in print placement.
Acceptable Content Guidelines
SinaLite is respectful of others and the law. Content that is hateful, illegal, and/or that violates intellectual property rights may be reviewed and removed at any time.
Intellectual Property Rights
Please ensure that you own the content that you upload onto SinaLite, or have the rights to use, display, and resell it. Content must comply with right of publicity, trademark, and copyright laws.
SinaLite has the right to remove content that depicts child pornography, obscene content, or content that depicts or promotes illegal activity. It is your responsibility to understand and abide by your local laws and those of the regions that you ship orders to.
SinaLite values tolerance, understanding, and respect. We may remove content that expresses hatred towards any individual or group. Please refrain from uploading this type of content.
All content is subject to review and SinaLite reserves the right to remove it at any time and for any reason. Each case may be evaluated individually. By submitting content to SinaLite, you accept that it complies with both our guidelines and Terms of Service. This Policy shall be governed and interpreted in accordance with the English language, regardless of any translations made for any purpose whatsoever.
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Artwork Scaling on Smaller Sizes×
Note: Artwork Positioning×
When you place an order, you'll be asked to select the top position of your artwork in inches. It's important to understand that this measurement is not from the neckline of the apparel but rather from the top of an area we call the "palette."
The palette is our designated printing area, typically positioned 1-2 inches below the apparel neckline. The top position you choose for your artwork indicates the number of inches away from the top of the palette, not from the neckline.
For example, if you select a top position of 4 inches from the top of the palette, your artwork will be approximately 5-6 inches down from the neckline of the apparel. It's important to keep this in mind when indicating the desired placement of your artwork.