Poster printing is the process of printing the required image in the form of a poster. This is one of the most common jobs printing companies have and regularly deal with it. For poster printing, it is important to know how and what to do in certain cases. The use of machinery and the way different posters should be made is also crucial to master before jumping into this field. Poster printing Auckland isn’t one process but different parts, designing the poster, assembling it, printing it, and finally applying finishing touches, join together to form one big step.
Firstly, the poster is designed. The designing is done by a professional printer who knows which element looks good where. The designing is according to the client’s wishes with a little bit of the worker’s touch to show who made these posters, as a personal touch.
Large format printing is the best choice for a small number of posters. The size of the poster would be the max size available for posters, 45 inches wide, with an unlimited length which can be set up according to need. Long format printing is best in the form of digital or litho printing as they are made especially for large posters. Of course these types may improve other stuff but on the contrary, it cuts or limits the length of the poster but not too short. Large format poster printing Auckland should only be considered if you know the poster would be enough to cover the area you want to put it up. It can go to waste if the poster is larger than the required space so make sure you know how much you need. Also, the large size makes it difficult to assemble the design if the sides are cut off so size is important otherwise it can take away the beauty of the poster.
After the poster is in the finishing touches. You have to consider this yourself about what type of finish you want for your poster after it slides out of printers Auckland. This also depends on the area the poster is going to be displayed. If the area has a lot of lights it is better to have a matte finish so the lights won’t reflect off it, making it harder to read it. Similarly, if the area has dim lighting, it is better to have a glossy finish. The matte poster has a disadvantage of getting fingerprints over it if people touch it so if it’s within reach, choose the glossy finish.