1000mm Roller BannersRoller banners are a great resource to stand out at an exhibition, trade show, conference or seminar hall. They are an extremely popular and cost-effective way to advertise. Our 1000mm Roller Banners are a wider option to our standard 800mm Roller Banners.
Our roller banners are printed onto anti-curl stop-light polypropylene for excellent durability with a crystal effect finish. They look very professional and are compact to store/transport.
- Includes one graphic 1000mm wide x 2000mm high
- Bespoke-printed graphic printed on 400gsm anti-curl, anti-scuff, anti-glare, high-end print.
- Heavy-duty bungee pole and socket base
- Adjustable feet
- Large internal graphic housing
- Includes carry bag
|Premium Roller Banner||1000mm x 2000mm|
|Visible Graphic Width||1000mm|
|Visible Graphic Height||2000mm|
PDF FilesHigh resolution (300dpi) files are the best for us to work with. Please see the settings below to get the best quality printing.
- Resolution: Choose High Resolution
- Compression Settings - For colour and greyscale this should be downsampled to 300dpi with "auto compression" set on high
- Font Embedding - Should be set to "embed all fonts"
- Colour needs to be set as CMYK
- Please supply 3mm bleed around your artwork.
- Please ensure that the colour is set to CMYK, not RGB.
- Please provide crop marks around all your supplied artwork.
Microsoft Office FilesWe cannot print straight from the following programmes. However, we can save a PDF file and re-send back to you for proofing.
Please note: It is important when supplying a PDF from a Microsoft Office application, that extra care is taken to ensure any spot colours are created correctly in your original document/file.
Please supply a screenshot of your Microsoft Office file before conversion. You can do this by following the instruction below for both Mac and PC.
Mac: Press 'Command' + 'Shift' + 3 for a full screenshot, or 'Command' + 'Shift' + 4 to select an area to screenshot. This will save a PNG file to your desktop.
PC: There is a key on your keyboard that says 'Print Screen'. You can then paste this into a document or email to send over.