Contact us

This website is belong to Magic Solution Group who was founded in 2008 by Michael Yan.
We dedicate to become a reputable company who can provide the solutions for unique & creative promotional products.
 
 
Welcome you contact us to get the price list.
 
 
Company:    Magic Solution Group Limited 
 
 
ATTN:    Michael Yan ( Founder / Sale Director ) 
 
E:    michael.yan@magicpopups.com 
 
T:   +86 138 8619 7406 | F: +86 027 8136 0160 
 
Skype:     magicpopups   
 
A :  1-4-201, Xintiandi, Gaoxinliu Road, Canglongdao,  
      East Lake High-Tech Development Zone, Wuhan City, Hubei Province, 
      China (Mainland)
      Zip Code: 430074
 
 
 
Order Workflow:
 
Step1: Inquiry & Quotaion, you send us an email to get a quoation, our quoations can meet your targets.
 
Step2: Artworks, we send you a design template and references for artworks. You make artworks.
 
Step3: Samples, we make a free virtual sample base your artworks. Artworks are approval. Or you need a physical sample for large order to avoid risks.
 
Step4: Payments, we send you proforma invoice (PI) to get your payment.
 
Step5: Shipping, the goods is ready and we ship them to you.
 
Step6: Dramas, if there are some dramas, we will afford for our duties.
 
 
 
Artwork Workflow:

Step1: Templates, we send you design templates and you make artworks base on it.

Step2: Transferring, you transfer ready artworks to us.

Step3: Samples, we make free virtual samples and printing files for you to check artworks.

Step4: Artwoks are approval, we make physical sample or start mass production without physical samples.

 

Tips:
 
1. Text: Convert all text to "outlines" before transferring artworks.
It is very important to convert all text to "outlines" before transferring artworks. If we don't have some fonts in your artwork on our computers, the artwork will not be shown corretly on our computers.
How to convert text to outlines?

 

2. Linked files: transfer all linked files or embed them into your artwork.
If the linked files are lost, the artwork will not be shown correctly on our computers.
 
3. Color type and DPI: CMYK type, all raster art must be 350 DPI at imprint size, or higher.
Please note: 
1. By Photosshop adding some pixcels can't improve the photos' real quality, you have to look for real clear and quality images.
2. If you use RGB color type to deal with images, adding some lightness and sharping are better, due to change them to CMYK color type, they will lose some lightness and color details. 
3. If there are some spot colors on your artwork, please mark them by PANTONE * C. Only PMS(Pantone Matching System) is surpported at the largest arrange in China. And please only use C system, eg. PANTONE 186C for the red. 
Please don't use U system, eg. PANTONE 186U. Due to the U only suit for some special block colors and uncoated paper which is not regular.
Regarding the limited for spot color: less than 2C spot color is preferred. If you have already used CMYK, more spot colors means high cost and maybe exceed the printing machine limited.
 
4. Logo, vector foramt is preferred
 
What is vector format?
 
5. Preferred File Format and Version: AI CS5 or lower.
  • Adobe Illustrator CS5 or lower (.AI / .EPS)
  • Adobe Photoshop CS5 or lower (.PSD / .EPS)
  • Please note: If your version is higher than CS5, please save as CS5 version. Same artwork maybe not same on different version.
    If you use Photoshop as the platform, please retain the layered original file and editability, don't combine the layers.
 
6. Artwork Transferring: by www.wetransfer.com is preferred.
It is easy and free. Of course, by your FTP system, or drops, or google drivers is available too
 
7. Other Acceptable File Formats:
  • JPEG 350 DPI, CMYK
  • GIF 350 DPI, CMYK
  • PSD 350 DPI, CMYK, with transparent background
  • PDF 350 DPI, CMYK
  • TIFF 350 DPI, CMYK, with preserved transparency
  • EPS CMYK
 
8. If the aboves are not easy to understand, please forget and ignore them, and enjoy your designing, we will help you to get a final approved printing file.
 
9. Why do we need bleed in printing?