Printdesigns can produce high quality printed PVC advertising banners at almost any custom size. Simply enter your width and height dimensions above to calculate the cost (please note minimum width is 60cm and minimum height is 20cm).
PVC Banners are waterproof and UV Stable for indoor or outdoor use and are printed at photo quality onto a heavyweight 600gsm blockout PVC.
A strong heat-welded seam comes as standard on all banners and nickel plated (silver) eyelets for hanging are placed at intervals of approximately every 1 Metre around the perimeter of the banner for hanging.
If you do not require eyelets or wish for eyelets to be placed in specific locations around the edge of the banner then please just contact us with your requirements and we can help.
Being blockout, our banners do not show-through in bright light conditions like cheaper frontlit banner materials from some suppliers. Our PVC banner material also carries a Class B1 fire certification and so complies for use at all indoor and outdoor event venues.
Setting up artwork for PVC Banners
- We recommend setting up your artwork file at full size (100% scale). If setting up artwork at a reduced size, please ensure that the resolution of your artwork is high enough so to allow for print-enlargement
- Colour mode of artwork should be CMYK only
- Recommended file formats: PDF, JPG, TIFF format
- Resolution at full size should be 150dpi or greater
- Please allow 5mm of edge bleed on artwork and add crop marks to your print ready file
- Eyelets are 25mm diameter. To ensure that eyelets in your banner don't obscure any critical viewable information, please do not place any critical viewable content (text, logo's etc) closer than 40mm from the edge of the page
- Full colour bespoke printing
- Any height up up 3.1Metres x Any width up to 20M
- UV or Solvent Print - Waterproof and UV Stable for indoor or outdoor use
- Class B1 fire certification
If you have very precise colour matching requirements for your artwork then we recommend purchasing a reduced-scale hard copy proof prior to printing the finished article.