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Artwork not displaying correctly when printed

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Hello, I'm fairly new to illustrator And I was wondering is someone could help.

 

I have an eps file created in illustrator that looks all fine to me, but when I send it to a printer they are finding an error. Please see attachments of what it should look like and how to comes out their end.
 
I was wondering if you knew what would cause this type of issue and how I can replicate it my end to check any fix.11777B3A-75ED-4F57-9F8B-88842C292849.jpeg

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Artwork not displaying correctly when printed

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Hello, I'm fairly new to illustrator And I was wondering is someone could help.

 

I have an eps file created in illustrator that looks all fine to me, but when I send it to a printer they are finding an error. Please see attachments of what it should look like and how to comes out their end.
 
I was wondering if you knew what would cause this type of issue and how I can replicate it my end to check any fix.11777B3A-75ED-4F57-9F8B-88842C292849.jpeg

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88A44336-CA24-4DAF-A5B6-CC6BAB3509DA.jpeg

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They are probably importing that file into a different app and since the path overlaps itself, the fill rule applies. Maybe it's set differently on their end.

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Thanks for the response Monika, is there anything I can do differently my end?

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The only thing you could do is save a PDF and then have someone print it who uses Acrobat. So when it looks OK in Acrobat at your end, then it will look the same on the printer's end.

 

 

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I would rather do this but the client is requesting an .EPS file.

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In that case: make this in a way, that there is no self-overlapping path.

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