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Foam Boards (3/16" White)

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Foam Boards are perfect for mounting your high quality image or artwork in full color.
Consider Foam Boards printing when looking for an economical way to showcase your artwork without a frame, but still come across as a professional For a lightweight cost-effective indoor poster, Foam Board is the most favored for indoor media.
Foamcore is delicate and primarily used for indoor applications.
Best for placing on easels for presentations or as a wall sign.

• High resolution digitally printed at 720 x 720
• Double side printing is available
• Indoor use only. Not waterproof

Material Options:
• 3/16" White Foamcore

Foamboard posters are composed of a lightweight foam center with a paper backing on each side.
Our standard size is 3/16 in, which fits into most display stands.
It is most recommended for temporary rigid indoor posters and project boards.

Preparing your Large Format Files : Create your file in CMYK mode with a resolution of 300dpi.
If your file has been created in RGB or includes RGB objects, we recommend converting the file to CMYK.
Do not include bleeding or crop marks in your artwork.
Your artwork should reflect only what you need to be printed in the final product.
Before you upload your artwork, be sure your artwork is sent in the same size or ratio as your order.
We will not be responsible for any reprints if your file is sent in a different size or ratio other than the measurements specified in your order.
All fonts should be converted to curves or outlines. We suggest your files to be flatten or rasterized if possible to minimize the file size.
We accept the following file formats: EPS, TIF, PSD, & PDF files. JPG files are accepted, but they must be prepared properly.
It's strongly suggested that the JPG is created the closest size possible to the final print size.

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