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What’s this EPS file?

Has this happened to you? You had an image or graphic developed that you want printed onto a T-shirt. The vendor you are using just asked you for a file format other than a JPG, preferably an EPS file.

The EPS file format is a vector image (image made up of points, lines, curves and shapes which are based on mathematical equations to represent images on your computer screen) that the print industry uses for logos, graphics or images that are not photos.

In this instance, the vendor would use that EPS file to output the image onto that T-shirt.

When you receive the EPS file from Ag Comm, you will not be able to open it unless you have a program such as Adobe Illustrator to view it. But you should be able to send that file to your vendor to get your T-shirts printed.

David Haasser


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