What does IML stand for?

In-mould labelling (IML) is the use of plastic labels during the manufacturing of our cups by injection molding. The label serves as the integral part of the final branded cups, which is then delivered to you as a pre-decorated item. Electrostatic charging electrodes charge our labels while they are transferred to the moulding machine, then […]

Is there any way to see how my artwork would look on a cup?

We create a print proof on the 2D template known as a print proof before any actual cups are produced, this is then sent to you for approval before production can commence. For large orders we offer a pre-production sample service for only £30 where we produce a handful of your custom printed cups to […]

What measurements should the artwork be?

The printed area available for each printing style is as follows: Pint W: 211mm x H: 156mm – Pint Cup Template Half Pint W: 182mm x H 110mm – Half Pint Template  

What file type do you need for the artwork?

Best Files are: PDF, AI, EPS or PSD. Acceptable File Types: PNG or high resolution JPEG It’s best to get the files in the highest possible quality as Graphics often need to image trace them – so the larger the better. Please avoid any low resolution images, if it looks blurred or pixelated when stretched […]