Density of Artwork for Printing or Silkscreening

Asked by Pat Quigley on 2018-07-02

I saved an SVG file to an EPS file and thought I asked for a 300 dpi image. The file came out
as on about 25KB which is pathetic for use in printing or silkscreening. How do you create
dense art files for printing & silkscreening?

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Mc (mc...) said : #1

"vector" ?

Hachmann (marenhachmann) said : #2

Pat, you can learn more about the SVG file format (and its implications) here:
https://vektorrascheln.de/posts/2015/Dec/inkscape-fuer-einsteiger-teil-i-grundlagen-en.html

Hachmann (marenhachmann) said : #3

EPS is a file format that can hold vector data, too (so the stuff described for SVG is valid there also).

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