Tag Archives: Wide-Format-Printing
First, I want to thank Josh Humble for this photograph — great shot sir! Second, it’s a good example of large format graphics used for trade shows. Large format graphics are often thought of as billboards or vehicle graphics, but that’s only one part of this genre. As shown in the photo, large format graphics includes all types of banners … (read more)
Computer finishing with large format graphics means using software to direct a plotter to cut “out” a decal. Previously, this was done by hand with a blade and could take hundreds of man-hours on one job. Now it can be done in a fraction of the time.
It begins with a project or job file folder, which is assigned to the … (read more)
Large format printing, sometimes referred to as wide format, has become a commonly used term, but what is it? Wikipedia defines it as:
“Wide-format printers are generally accepted to be any printer with a print width between 17″ and 100″. Printers over the 100″ mark may be called Super-Wide or Grand format… wide format printers generally use a roll of