Promotional Products & Gifts
HOW TO SEND ARTWORK
You can e-mail your files to email@example.com after you’ve placed the order. Remember to include your order number for reference. This ensures we can match your artwork to the specific order you placed.
You can upload your art files as part of your order process by using our design tool. You can also upload them by clicking on the "Submit Your Artwork" button in your order confirmation e-mail.
MAIL OR FAX:
Don't have a logo in digital format? Send us your business cards, letterheads or sketches and we will transform them into a stunning logo - Free of charge. You can also mail us large files for processing in a flash drive or CD/DVD discs.
Mailing Address: 205 Maywood Avenue, Maywood NJ 07607
FILE TYPES ACCEPTED
At Myron we can accept any file, whether its digital, printed or even hand drawn! Just send us what you have and our team will make sure to work with you on providing a quality imprint for your product. Keep in mind that vector files will make your order go through faster.
Tip: If you don't have vector files, try sending us the highest resolution images possible. 300+ dpi helps ensure a quality imprint and faster processing.
PREFERRED ART FILE TYPES
- Ai or EPS (Adobe Illustrator)
- CDR (Corel Draw)
- PDF (Adobe Acrobat)
ACCEPTED ART FILE TYPES
- Microsoft Office Files
- Bitmaps (.jpg, .png, .tif, .gif, .bmp)
- Scanned Handrawings (We will digitalize at no cost)
Your design is indented on the items surface.
Your design is raised in relief on the items surface.
Your design is stitched on the items surface.
Design is imprinted using a heated die and a pigmented metallic foil.
Imprint is digitally printed on your item, allowing photos to be used.
Lasers are used to burn the imprint on the items surface.
A flexible pad is inked with your imprint and transferred to the item.
Ink is transferred through a screen on to the item.
Heat is used to transfer ink on to the items.
A Perfect Logo Every Time
We want your promotional items to look amazing. The secret is understanding how the imprint method, material, size and location of your logo affect the final product. We've put together a series of videos to show you how the different imprint methods affect your logo. You'll learn about the process and what we need from you to ensure your imprint is always picture perfect.
The Imprinting Process
Everything you need to know about our artwork guidelines and sending us your logo.
How It's Done: Hot Stamp
Hot stamping is the preferred imprint method for our calendars. Learn how this process modifies your logo to keep it looking it's best.
How It's Done: Laser
Laser is the preferred imprint method for our metal items. Learn what happens to your logo when it's permanently engraved onto your product.
How It's Done: Pad Print
Pad printing is the most popular method in the industry because of its versatility. Learn more about what this imprint method can do for your logo.
How It's Done: Embroidery
Embroidery is very popular on textile items of all types, including apparel and bags. Learn the Do's and Don'ts of creating the perfect embroidery design.