How do you do....it? Thread, Printing big posters in Technical; There was a recent thread about printing out big posters which I now can't find but I don't think it ...
9th July 2009, 07:38 PM #1
Printing big posters
There was a recent thread about printing out big posters which I now can't find but I don't think it referenced this useful web site
Basically, you upload an image file to Block Posters and say how many pages you want creating. It then produces a PDF for you to download and print.
It works well, it's free, and I like it :-)
3 Thanks to srochford:
bossman (9th July 2009), elsiegee40 (2nd September 2009), OverWorked (9th July 2009)
2nd September 2009, 03:08 PM #2
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If you have a Photocopier connected to your network which can be used as a printer, you will be able to send A3 prints to it. I have done this before with Ricoh Africos before.
2nd September 2009, 03:41 PM #3
I use one of our A1 printers ... seems easier!
2nd September 2009, 03:43 PM #4
Our A0 printer is a bit easier
3rd September 2009, 12:52 PM #5
- Rep Power
i've used these guys a lot in the past - AMC :: Home
cheap, excellent quality and can do any length of their max width.
4th September 2009, 10:49 PM #6
I get, when I have needs and a few quid, my local Graphic Design place to do it, they have 72" wide printers (if not bigger now) and can do full colour printing onto most materials at that size!
4th September 2009, 11:05 PM #7
I and our head of DT would like one but we can't acuallly justify it...
Originally Posted by DanW
Personallly I use MS Publisher. Tell it how big I want the Image, How bit the paper is and away I go. Some assembly is required but it's never too much of a problem
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