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We recommend testing that all your barcodes and/or QR codes are scannable and work before creating the final print file.
For the best scanning performance, we recommend making black barcode/QR code on a white background.
Vector files are preferred so you could scale the barcode to your needs, but 300dpi image works just as well.
Here is a final checklist before you export your print file:
1. Have you used the correct template?
2. Is your layout in the “Artwork” layer?
3. Layer names and order haven’t been modified?
4. Are correct layers “visible”?
• Info OFF
• Guidelines OFF
• Marks ON
• Metallic/Transparent Elements ON for metallic or transparent pouches, OFF for all other materials
• Photocell ON
• Artwork ON
5. Are all colours in CMYK?
6. Are images set to 300dpi resolution?
7. Are all images and graphic elements linked and embedded?
8. Are all fonts outlined?
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There are quite a few considerations and a checklist for your print files. You can find all the information here https://lprint.com/guidelines/
You are creating your own artworks, while we provide templates and guidelines on how to do it correctly and quickly. If you need help with the design work, we also have design service that you can use.
We understand that you might be new to questions of packaging and sustainability. And it can all get quite confusing quickly. That’s why we are happy to dedicate our time to helping you navigate through it all. Contact us for a free consultation and we’ll help you come up with the best result for your business.
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