Tips for Printing Banners
The first thing you should do when printing banners is to make sure the file quality is high enough. While the final image quality will be a big influence on the cost of your project, it’s still important to keep in mind that printing banners is more expensive than producing a website for your brand. In addition, it’s difficult to manage large files, which is why you should keep resolutions around 200dpi or less.
How to Do Printing Banners
The second thing you should do is determine the size of your print. A banner is usually longer than a poster, but it can be as small as 12 inches wide. It’s also important to keep in mind that some printers can only print on A4-sized material. Hence, if you need to have large printed banners, you should choose a bigger one. A larger print will be considered a poster.
Another thing you should do is set the file resolution. When you upload a large file, you must keep in mind that if you change its resolution, it won’t print as large. To do this, you should reduce the resolution and set the margins accordingly. You should also remember that margins are required for a roll-up banner, so you should set them at 10mm from the bottom and 4mm from the right.