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Glass Splashback

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Glass splashbacks, for kitchens, bathrooms and any other wet areas. 

Can also be used as feature prints for walls and other displays.

Please note: This product is a quote only, All pricing is only a guide to the final price. All splashbacks are charged with a minimum of 1sqm.

Stock: 6mm, Low Iron, Toughened glass, All polished edges
We also allow our customers to provie their own glass if they have a prefered glass supplier.

Print specifications: 

  • True flatbed printing
  • Maximum print area – 2500mm x 3000mm
  • 1000dpi print resolution
  • Finished with durable neutral white paint.

Ink set: matte UV inks reverse printed. (will still appear gloss as it's printed behind the glass)

General Artwork Guidelines

  • 3mm Bleed on all edges + 3mm safe zone. (40mm safe zone for banners)
  • No crop or trim marks
  • All fonts to be outlined
  • PDF is highly recommended; TIFF & JPEG is also accepted.
  • Artwork to be provided at 100% of the final size
  • File name to include finished size and quantity: “Print01 – 600x900mm – qty10”

Artwork Guidelines for white ink:

Our white ink uses a spot channel called "Spot1" (case sensitive)

  • Anything that's coloured with white ink needs to be on the TOP layer marked as "white ink"
  • All white ink fills need to have "over print fill "on"" 
  • All white ink fill and stroke need to have it's own swatches with the following settings:
    Swatch name: Spot1
    Colour type: Process Color
    Colour mode: CMYK
    Colours: Cyan: 99%, Magenta: 1%, Yellow, 99%, Black, 1% (not critical)

Artwork guidelines for Kiss Cut & Die cut products:

  • 3mm bleed around the cut path
  • Kiss cut path - place a RED stroke on a separate layer called “Kiss-Cut” (this goes around every sticker you want on the sheet)
  • Die path - place a RED stroke on a separate layer called “Thru-Cut”