Printing Services San Francisco – Who does Same Day Printing?
Walk down a typical street in any major city, like San Francisco, and you’ll see posters hanging all over the place; in shop windows, on utility poles, buses, and benches.
Walk into a shopping centre or public building and you’ll be sure to find a variety of posters telling you what to buy or where to go.
Posters have long been an eye catching way for advertisers to get their message across. SFBayPosters.com understands that since our inception! But until recently, poster printing has also been somewhat expensive.
Prior to the development of digital printing technology, the most common method for poster printing was lithography.
Today's short video is to show you how to print your posters using the SHU PAD here on campus First things first though before you can get to that step.
You need to make sure you properly save your poster So pretend this is a completed poster right here.
I want to go to file save as and Then I'm going to name this last name Cm 102 Poster and Under here at the bottom where it says format.
I want to hit the drop down menu and choose JPEG And then hit the Save button Make sure you choose where you want to save it to and hate your save button Once you have it saved I Provided a link straight from the poster designs page on the website if you scroll down Under printing poster.
There's a link here to the digital storefront open that up and Then on the top right there is a login option I'm already logged in here but you can just click that and login using your sacred heart username and password and then click on the first option for duplicating and Then in this area we're gonna click on the first one for by now and the copies And when we get to here you can go ahead and you can first go right down the steps add your files So we click on add files and give this screen a couple minutes a couple seconds It takes a little while to load.
Once it loads.
I'm gonna choose the upload files option Locate my poster and hit open It'll now give me this screen right here I can hit the upload button and it'll start uploading the file And once it allows me to I hit the done button and now my posters here But you can see it's black and white and it's also not the proper dimensions yet Next up I'm going to go up into job name again.
Give it a name use your last name cm 102 poster as your job name Come down to the bottom here under paper and click the media button And this will give you the options for what type of media printed out on I'm gonna hit the filter size drop-down and choose 11 by 17 So I only see these options and select the very first one that says color copy.
Cardstock white 11 by 17 and press ok Then I'm also going to choose final width and height 11 by 17, okay And now it's still in black and white So I need to make sure I hit color Black and white options and turn it to color and now our poster is on The page with the proper dimensions once I'm here at this step I can hit the Add to Cart button It'll ask you to I want to agree agree It's now in my cart.
See I've done this more than once now The post is only gonna be 40 cents once you get to here Proceed to checkout and follow the prompts to pay for and then pick it up at the mail room.
Lithography is an offset printing process which involves creating an image on a plate, then using that plate to transfer the image to a rubber blanket and then to the paper.
A system of water repulsion is used to protect non-printed surfaces from absorbing ink.
Lithography provides extremely crisp and clean prints especially where photographs are used as part of the image.
But the downside is cost. On a per-piece basis, Lithograph printing is cost-prohibitive for small quantities, because set-up time for the press is built into the price. Regardless of how many prints are being made, set-up costs are the same.
The only way to bring the per-piece price down is to order in large quantities. It’s not uncommon for printers to have minimum quantity requirements in order to justify the time and expense of press set-up.
Advances in digital printing are revolutionizing poster printing as well the entire print industry.
Layouts and images are now often designed before hand by the customer and delivered to the printer on a disc. This eliminates the need for the services of the print shop’s in-house layout department, saving time and money.
With digital there are no plates to prepare, no inks to blend, and no monitoring of presses to assure consistency.
Digital printing uses large-scale inkjet printers attached to a standard desktop computer.
A minor amount of image manipulation might be required to match the image to the printer’s format, but once that’s done it only takes a mouse click and you’re off and printing.
And modern fade-resistant inks mean a final product which rivals lithography in overall quality.
Additionally, the efficiency and speed of digital printing today result in a lower cost per piece for smaller jobs.
It virtually guarantees a consistent product throughout the run and also allows further runs be produced with no additional set-up.
For individual consumers, digital printing offers them the ability to make a poster or two for their own family gatherings, holidays, and other special occasions without ever leaving home.
Images can be created on the home computer then uploaded to the site of an online print shop. One just needs to enter payment and shipping information and then wait for his posters to arrive. It couldn’t be simpler.
There’s still plenty of room for both lithography and digital in the world of poster printing.
Each has its advantages and disadvantages depending on customer needs. Yet regardless of which process is used, one thing’s for certain: the print industry continues to evolve.
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