Large format printing
Large format printing usually refers to extra-large print formats which may go all the way from 30 inches to 80 inches in width. Such printing is usually done using digital printing equipment and technologies. Apart from obvious uses in commercial advertisement and public events, large format printing has also come to be used extensively in interior décor. From floor graphics to perforated window decals, such printing has really redefined the graphic art at both public and private properties. Following are some of the most common uses of this particular mode of printing.
Whether you want a huge banner to greet guests at a tradeshow or the right-sized graphic backdrop to go with some other event you are organizing, large-format banner printing is the way to go. This is because it offers a quick, highly effective and quite affordable solution to your graphic display needs.
You can choose from multiple material options when it comes to banner printing. When intended for use outdoors, for instance, you should ideally go with a large format vinyl banner. Vinyl is more resilient and is perfect for outdoor use, including building displays. Large format mesh banners, on the other hand, have a slightly perforated structure and are very well-suited to windy areas. You can choose large format printing of banners ranging from sizes of 6’ x 6’ all the way to 20’ x 60’ and above, in some cases. Be sure to check with multiple printers to get the best deal on material quality and price.
Large format window graphics have virtually transformed the face of retail advertising. By allowing a retail establishment to make use of the shop windows as advertising spaces, large format window graphics has opened up opportunities and reduced the clutter that results from conventional retail advertisements.
The great thing about such window graphics is that they are custom-sized and designed specifically to fit the glass windows of a given shop or office. Apart from their obvious benefits in advertising, window graphics can also be used to creatively secure privacy within a glass-walled office or room.
When it comes to sizing limitations, window graphics in large format printing can range all the way to the 20’ x 60’ range with some printers offering even larger printing options.
Floor graphics have been extensively used at public places for a long time. From the pointer arrows on airports to huge insignias in university halls, floor graphics are commonly used to give directions, advertise a product, display a sign or simply for branding purposes.
Large format printing has taken floor graphics to the next level. This mode of printing creates large format prints which can then be securely installed on a floor. Large format floor graphics work well whether the floor material is ceramic, hardwood or vinyl. Such graphics are often topped with a non-slip transparent layer to ensure the safety of the people who may walk across the graphics. If you run a retail establishment or manage any other public space, you may consider using large format floor graphics. You may even use them at a private property and go with smaller sizes, adding a touch of innovation to the décor of your home.