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Wide Roller Banners

Get noticed with a wide roller banner. Printed on durable, scratch-resistant 220mic Banner PVC, our wide roller banners allow for extra space to get your message across and come pre-fitted into their stand with swing-out feet for stability. These are a great choice for banners that will be used a handful of times.

  • Two width options
  • 220mic PVC material
  • Includes free carry case
  • 2m tall pop up display
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£71.50£669.17 inc. VAT

Artwork Specification

Please set up your artwork to the following specifications:

Size
Finished Size
Size with Bleed
1200mm x 2000mm
1200mm x 2000mm
1206mm x 2006mm
1500mm x 2000mm
1500mm x 2000mm
1506mm x 2006mm

Bleed Area: 3mm
Safe Zone: 3mm
Resolution: 300 dpi minimum
Format: PDF or JPEG
Colour: CMYK (RGB/Pantones will be converted during proofing)
Fonts: Outlined or Embedded

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a 'bleed area'?

Bleed is a print term for the area that will be trimmed when cut to the finished size. It’s really important because it means by adding bleed your artwork will go to the edge of the page with no white edges.

What is a 'safe area'?

The safe zone is a 3mm area from the edge of the page. Anything that falls within this area is at risk of being cut off. The easiest way to make sure nothing is cut off is to move all important text and logos at least 3mm in from the edge of your artwork.

What does 'resolution' mean?

Resolution indicates how clear the artwork will print. Low resolution text or images may look blurry, fuzzy or like they are made up of squares (pixelated).

Images from the internet and social media are often low resolution so we advise using photographs or stock images instead. We recommend 300dpi for perfect prints or 150dpi for large banners.

What software should I use to create my artwork?

Popular design programs include the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator) and Microsoft Office (Word, Publisher, PowerPoint). Just make sure to save your file as a PDF or JPEG before you upload it.

How do I save my artwork out for print?

Our preferred file types are PDF and JPEG – so make sure to save your final design as one of those before sending it to us. We also recommend adding 3mm bleed and setting colour settings to CMYK.

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