Category Archives: research poster printing

Portable Poster Setup

Here’s a research poster that the Loon Center likes to take around wherever they might have the chance to find a loon lover. I took the photo at their annual gala two weekends ago.   To make it easy to … Continue reading

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Spoonflower Research Posters

OK, so I received the fabric research poster I had printed at Spoonflower. The quality of the printing was actually not bad, although it was a little darker than what comes off our equipment. Photos will probably be darker than you … Continue reading

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Fabric Posters from Spoonflower

OK, so I’ve seen a few posts out there from people saying they can make a fabric research poster cheaply at Spoonflower. So I thought I would order one and see how easy it was and how well it turned … Continue reading

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Foamcore Mounted Poster

Here’s a poster we printed for the Loon Preservation Committee about a study of loon populations on Squam Lake (otherwise known as Golden Pond). In this case, the poster needs to stand on a table along with other things, and … Continue reading

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Economy Tri-Fold Posters

We are announcing our Economy Tri-Fold Display. This self standing poster is printed directly onto foamcore, which is a less expensive way of printing on board. We pass the savings on to you! We are charging $99 for a 36×48″ Economy … Continue reading

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Fabric Research Posters

People ask how our foldable fabric poster compares to a paper poster. The answer is: It prints just like paper, with the same bright colors and sharp type. Even fluorescent stains show up with good contrast. It is a polyester fabric … Continue reading

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Logo Issues on Research Posters

One of the most common problems we see with research posters is low resolution logos. This is caused by people copying and pasting the logo from their institution’s web site into their poster. The low resolution logo looks fine an … Continue reading

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