Latitude 64 model availability vary based on inventory, please inquire.

Material Available: Gold Line Opto Line

Metal Die Charge (Per Color): $75.00 $75.00
Setup Charge (One Color): $25.00 $25.00

Price Per Unit $9.90 $8.90

Please email your order & artwork to sales@dtworld.com. You can view our artwork requirements below for an understanding of proper format and design.
For additional questions or inquires, please call us at (714) 522-2202

General Order Information

MINIMUM ORDER: 50 Golf Discs

TERMS: Payment in advanced

PRODUCTION TIME: 3-4 weeks plus shipping

Production time begins after artwork approval and receipt of order and payment information. Expedited orders may be accommodated depending on our production schedule.

Production time begins after artwork approval and receipt of order and payment information. Expedited orders may be accommodated depending on our production schedule. Colors are subject to availability.

Artwork Requirements

THE HOT-STAMPING PROCESS: Discs are imprinted using a hot-stamping process. Your artwork is first etched into a metal die. The die is flipped upside down and inserted into a hot stamp machine which heats up the die. A piece of foil is placed between the metal die and the disc. The die stamps the disc melting the foil onto the surface of the disc in the shape of your design. The hot-stamping process is the most permanent and durable way to imprint a Frisbee and can be done with precision, resulting in detailed artwork that lasts.

ACCEPTABLE ARTWORK FORMATS: We use vector graphic files for hot- stamping because they offer the cleanest, crispest version of the artwork for the this process. It's important to remember that what you see when you print the artwork is what the metal die will look like. We prefer vector Illustrator (.EPS CS5, .AI or .PDF) files; however, we are happy to review any artwork to see if it can work with our process.

COVERAGE AREAS: Large solid areas do not hot-stamp well. When coverage areas are too large, air pockets are created, which produce drops (small areas where the foil does not adhere) within your design. Any lines thicker than half an inch, and any solid areas bigger than a nickel tend to cause problems.