What material is used in the construction of Octanorm Shell Graphics?
Our Octanorm Shell Graphics are printed on textured banner material with a grey back. The prints are done in high resolution and come with Velcro dot attachments. This provides a hassle-free application. Handle these prints carefully and you will be able to use them for many shows.
Are Octanorm Shell Graphics different from fabric shell graphics?
Yes, these are both different from one another.
Octanorm Shell Graphics use rollable graphic panels with velcro dot attachments which fix to the shell scheme. This allows you to use them without using any floor space as it creates a great modular shell scheme backdrop.
Octanorm Shell Graphics panels can also be easily rolled up and can be stored in graphic drums. These make them easy to store and transport. The print definition is super-high which creates a sharp backdrop for any shell scheme.
How are the graphics on Octanorm Shell Graphics attached to the walls?
Octanorm Shell Graphics come with Velcro dot attachments. These make for a simple, convenient and no-hassle application. Handle these prints carefully and they will last you for many shows.
Do Octanorm Shell Graphics cover each panel separately or the full wall?
Our Octanorm Shell Graphics are trimmed in a way that they fit the entire visible area within a framework. This makes them highly cost-effective. To make transportation easy, these graphics come in 1m wide pieces. You also don’t need any prior experience to apply these graphics as they are simple to install.
How are Octanorm Shell Graphics packed and supplied?
Octanorm Shell Graphics can be easily rolled up and stored in graphic drums. This makes them easy to store and transport. A carry case comes with these graphics. It has a shoulder strap and weighs 2kg when empty. Their size is 20x20x100 cm. You can easily carry 4-5 standard size panels in each tube.
Can Octanorm Shell Graphics be reused?
Yes, you can reuse these graphics if you handle them gently and carefully during installation, removal and transportation.
Add 5 mm bleed all around.
To allow slight cutting differences in production, always add a bleed of 5 mm bleed around all edges of your design. Make sure background images, colours, pictures and layouts extend into the bleed area to avoid leaving white lines as a result of cutting variations. Best to submit your file with printer's marks and crop marks.
Convert fonts to outlines or embed all the fonts.
Make sure you convert fonts to outlines or embed all the fonts when saving it to PDF.
Fonts should be at least 12 pt.
All Fonts used in your artwork should be at least 12 pt.
Check your artwork on overprint.
Ensure no elements in your artwork are set on overprint. Unless you want this effect in your design. The degree of transparency in printing process depends on many factors like paper, ink and the printing method used.
Use color mode as CMYK .
Prepare all your files using CMYK color mode. Make sure the color mode is not set to RGB. If you are not sure of the colour mode of your file, we can always convert this for you. Its important to keep in mind this can cause the colours to change from the original artwork file.
Resolution of over 150 dpi.
Make sure the resolution of the images and graphics in your artwork are over 150 dpi to make images look crisp.
Keep 10 mm safety margin all around.
Keep all images and text at least 10 mm inside from the edge of the finished size.
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