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In our last article, we spoke about oversize printing for trade shows and conventions. If you've ever been to a trade show, convention or any event with a lot of signage, you've probably come across a foam core mounted sign of some kind. Foam core is lightweight, and easily cut material used for the mounting of photographic prints. It is made up of three layers. The inner layer is made of polyst...

Last week, we posted an article about oversize printing and drawings for architects and engineers. Today, we're going to talk about Oversize Printing of Posters and Banners for Marketing and Trade Shows. Below is an image of one of our favorite specialty oversize print jobs. It was printed for Scripps Ranch High School to put up in one of their locker rooms. This banner is a great example of how ...
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We recently wrote an article about Oversize Scanning that explained how it's done and why it's important. This time, we want to walk you through the opposite process of oversize printing. Here at Replica Printing, We also specialize in oversize drawings and reprographics. Whether it's Color Renderings, Color Line Drawings or  Black & White prints on mylar, we can do it all. This particular s...
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Many of our customers are unaware that we offer a service for Oversize Scanning. Living in a digital era, it is very important to have digital copies of any and all physical documents and images, including the larger ones. You may need to scan your oversize documents and images for a digital backup, to email the file to somebody or simply for organizational purposes. This article is going to illu...
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Most of us have business cards. We hand them to people and have them handed to us all the time. We use them to market ourselves and to offer people an easy way to know how to contact us at any time. They are vital in the process of creating your personal brand. One thing you may not have put much thought into is how that card was made. What is the process involved in the production of a set of bu...

Let's be realistic, not all of us are graphic designers. There are many great blog posts online about preparing your digital file for print, but after reading those, you might be asking:  What if I'm not a graphic designer? What if I don't know anything about this software? This can be very overwhelming and complicated when it really doesn't need to be. We, at Replica Printing, are here to help m...
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So your company identity is branded using the color blue. Blue is very important to you, as it should be. So imagine the frustration when you have your marketing materials delivered, only to find out that your blues are now purple! You may be seeing something like this, for example: This is what we like to refer to as having The Printing Blues. The good news is, Replica Printing Services is h...

Amidst the awesome cosplayers and other exhibitors, making your booth stand out at Comic Con can be a daunting task. Here are some ways you can spruce up your booth to wow your fans at Comic Con! 1) Posters Whether you’re selling them or using them to catch people’s attention, posters are an essential part to any comic-con booth. 2) Banners Banners are arguably the best way to help attendees s...
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Business cards are all about helping people remember you. So what should you include on your business card to make yourself memorable? Business Card Essentials: 1) Your name Including your name on your business card is a personal touch that lets your recipient know who they can contact at your company, as well as help them remember your name when they decide to give you a call. 2) Business name T...
Business Card Bleed Example

What Is A Bleed? This is one of our most common questions at Replica Printing, and an easy thing to overlook when setting up your files for commercial printing. To put it simply, a “bleed” refers to the area, usually 1/8th inch on each side, beyond the final trim size, into which images are extended. A bleed’s purpose is to allow you to run artwork to the edge of a page. Why Is A Bleed Necessary? ...