Have you always wanted your own design on a disc golf disc?
Well, here at gateway we offer plenty of options and reasonably priced packages to do just that. We also provide Clubs, Tournaments, and League Directors with custom stamped discs for their players or members as well as Member Discs & Bag Tags for Disc Golf Clubs.
Before we get started...
You’ll need to make sure your images are up to par by reading this handy guide on what we can (and can’t) custom stamp onto your discs.
All artwork submitted for reproduction must be original work or include written authorization from the holder(s) of reproduction rights. If you have questions regarding the possibility of copyright infringement it is strongly recommended that you research all available resources to insure compliance. The CCC is a not-for-profit organization created at the suggestion of Congress to help organizations comply with U.S. copyright law. To learn more, visit www.copyright.com
Images should be submitted as black and white. camera-ready art at 300 DPI or higher resolution. This is necessary to achieve a clean stamp. For best results, please provide a vector-based file.
File extensions accepted:
[.ai, .pdf, .eps, .svg, .png, .jpg, .tif, .psd]
Avoid solid areas larger than ½”. Large, solid areas cause incomplete stamps from air getting trapped under the foil. Outlining artwork can help in most cases.
Areas that are too small may “bridge” or fill in. Very fine lines in conjunction with solid areas can produce “cut through” from uneven distribution of stamping pressure.
Text size should be 12 points or higher. To avoid letters letters bridging on to each other, select a font that is well-spaced between each character.
Avoid the center:
If possible, leave the center of the design blank or with very little line work. The sprue, located on the underside-center of a disc, can cause drops outs due to an unevenness on the flight plate.
Mini Disc Size: 3.625”
Mini Disc Print Size: 2.75”
Regular Disc Size: 8.4”
Regular Disc Print Size: 4.75”
Are you ready?
If your artwork is solid, go ahead and fill out one of these order forms and email it to email@example.com to get things rolling.