I just heard about this service which seems pretty reasonably priced for
printing full-size posters. http://www.fullsizeposters.com/
You simply upload an image file and they print and ship the poster to you.

Nate

On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 12:58 PM, Gabrielle Hendryx-Parker <
gabrie...@sixfeetup.com> wrote:

> Hi Nate,
>
> Here's the quote I gave you back in March:
>
>
>> FIle Prep Charge                                                 $15
>> 13 oz Vinyl Banner 3' x 6' with 6 grommets       $88
>> Digital Printing (no color match charges and may be as many colors as we
>> want)
>> Package to ship UPS ground                              $17 (their time
>> and materials to prepare for shipping)
>> Shipping
>>  $20(estimated)
>> Tax                                                                  $10
>> Total                                                                $150
>>
>> Additional Charges if not camera ready:
>> Workstation time 1/2 hour - place logo, set text, add color as needed $70.
>>
>> Production time is 3-5 working days
>>
>
> We have actually done a banner with them for Six Feet Up and were really
> pleased with the result. People who came to the DC party may remember it ;-)
>
> Thank you,
> g
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> On Apr 10, 2009, at 12:54 PM, Nate Aune wrote:
>
>  Does someone who's printed banners before know what the expected costs
>> are to print a banner with the Plone logo suitable for hanging up at a
>> conference booth?
>>
>> I agree that if it's less expensive to print several at the same time,
>> we should print several so we have them on hand and can easily ship
>> them (more lightweight than vinyl or canvas) in a tube if for example
>> there are two conferences happening at the same time.
>>
>> thanks,
>> Nate
>>
>> On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 10:58 PM, Gabrielle Hendryx-Parker
>> <gabrie...@sixfeetup.com> wrote:
>>
>>> On Apr 8, 2009, at 1:46 AM, Jan Ulrich Hasecke wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> If you can store things I won't print on demand put print a reasonable
>>>> amount of copies to have them at hand if required. The price for a copy
>>>> shrinks heavily if you print more copies in one process.
>>>>
>>>> Our experience in Germany is that people order marketing material very
>>>> shortly before the event so that printing on demand might be no option
>>>> at
>>>> all.
>>>>
>>>> juh
>>>> DZUG e.V:
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> GHP: I totally agree with you, Jan. I think we need to have 3-4 inventory
>>> places all over the world to reap the benefits of efficiency, fast
>>> turnaround and economies of scale.
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