Well, if your images are all 5-star (>300DPI), it should be very close to what you see from the rendering tool on our website.
However, there are some unique characteristics of Tyvek as a printing surface that you should be aware of. Tyvek has a texture that is visible on solid colors and it mutes vivid, bright colors, especially yellows, pinks, oranges and reds.
The printing process also can sometimes simplify complex or highly saturated colors, like hot pinks, bright oranges and deep reds, which makes them appear to have changed color after printing.
So, if your design includes large areas of these types of colors, please be advised that it might not print out the way you envisioned and we suggest that you consider alternatives.
Tyvek® is not photo paper, so thin/delicate patterns may not be clearly visible after printing.
There’s also a limit to what the printer can do recreate subtle color contrasts, particularly in dark light. For example, in this sample Mighty Wallet, the details of the footprints in the beach are printed clearly because they are well lit and high contrast, whereas the patterns of grass at the bottom of the wallet are printed nearly black because of the shadow and low contrast in the dark green grass.
An example of the printing outcome of a dark-lit photo is below.
However, most photos print very clearly and to a high degree of detail. What you see should be very much what you get!
If you have any technical inquiries, feel free to reach out to email@example.com.