equipment requires that the artwork provided must be photo ready.
That requirement ensures that your project will come from the
factory with a crisp, clear logo regardless of the size of the
The file format most often required
is Encapsulated PostScript or "EPS" for short. PostScript
means that your image arrives to the printer with the fonts and the
image embedded as a geometrical object.
This geometrical object is very
scalable because the entire image is outlined. We call this
What makes this confusing to the
general public is - how do you know if your .eps image is a scalable
vectored graphic (good for the printing process) or a bit-mapped
graphic (bad for the printing process)?
Look at the two images below. Both
are .eps files.