If you have a conference or presentation coming up and need a large format poster our Foldable Fabric Print makes an ideal alternative to a standard paper posters.
Fabric Prints are:
- Easy to travel with due to crease-resistant fabric
- Maintain the same sharpness of images and text as traditional paper prints
- A premium product which will help your presentation stand out
- Made from a durable tear-resistant Polyester which has been treated to meet the NFPA 701 small scale flammability standard
To create your poster we use state-of-the-art latex plotters which can captures the detail of graphs, charts, images and text. These plotters are also able to create high quality and vibrant colour prints suitable for A1 & A0 Displays.
Saving & Sending Your Files
To ensure the best possible results are achieved when we print your poster we recommend:
- Save your file as a Flattened PDF – this ensures the image stays exactly as you want it. See herefor instructions.
- We recommend saving your file as an A1 or A0 actual size (594mm x 841mm) (841mm x 1189mm) – we print oversized and will trim down to this size.
- We can also work with Tif, JPG, PSD, etc. files however please be aware that fonts and images may not appear or may move
- After completing payment simply upload your file through one of our two file upload methods.
- If we have any issues regarding your files we’ll be in touch.
Caring For Your Print
Fabric prints are an investment, reflecting the time and effort you’ve put into your research and presentation. These prints can be easily stored and used again which is why we supply each print in a durable plastic box. We despatch the prints loosely folded in these boxes and these are ideal for taking your print in luggage and make ideal storage/archive boxes for your presentation prints. To further ensure you get the maximum lifespan out of your Foldable A0 Fabric Print we recommend:
- Folding the print as loosely as possible, do not press down the edges or place under heavy objects.
- Creases can be removed by ironing the reverse side on a low heat, also using a protective towel or sheet. Do not use steam.
- If the print gets damp leave to dry naturally, avoid folding or rubbing the fabric.