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creating templates for custom sublimation products

3 years 11 months ago #16433 by tgazzillo

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Greetings,
How do you upload a template for a custom sublimation product? I've uploaded a template for a product. The current methods only include straight forward shapes (square, circle, rectangle).

Thanks in advance for your help,
Tom
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3 years 11 months ago #16444 by adamp
Gday,

to be sure we are on the same page here, are you referring to a template for a custom decoration area to suit the number plate bracket?

Cheers

Happy Decorating!
Adam Pentland - CEO
:deco: www.DecoNetwork.com

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3 years 11 months ago #16448 by tgazzillo
Hello Adam,
That is correct.

tom

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3 years 11 months ago #16456 by brenden
Hi,

You basically make a blank shape of the mask area and save it as a .PNG with a transparent background. Then when you upload into DN you choose to select your own mask.

1. Make a mask shape:



2. Save it as .PNG with transparent background:



3. When making a product and creating a decoration area select to 'Define a new area', give it a name then select to upload your own shape in the Manage Product View screen:



Now this video is a little old but it shows the process and more importantly, how to make a bleed areas well:




Hope it helps!

Cheers,

Senior Product Manager
Wilcom - Sydney, Australia

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3 years 11 months ago #16459 by tgazzillo
Thank you, I'll give this a try.
Tom

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3 years 11 months ago #16464 by giftswp
Hi Brenden,

just so he don't get confused, I believe that the mask needs to be the opposite way since what it needs to be decorated is the yellow area.




Ruben
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3 years 11 months ago #16465 by brenden
BAAAAHAHAHA! Clearly I didn't have enough coffee before replying.

Yes, of course... mask the area you WANT to print, not like I have :) Unless of course you're business is illegal number plate printing :)





Cheers Ruben!

Cheers,

Senior Product Manager
Wilcom - Sydney, Australia

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3 years 11 months ago #16467 by tgazzillo
Greetings Brenden and Reuben,
Thanks for your help, it worked great!

-Tom

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