We can print from most Macintosh or IBM PC applications using either Vector-based images or Raster (bitmapped) images.
Vector-based Images (.eps, .pdf, . ai file formats) are created in programs like Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw and are resolution independent, which means that your can scale them to any size without loss or image quality (resolution).
Raster or Bitmapped Images (.tif, .tga, .bmp, .jpg and Adobe Photoshop .eps formats), such as scanned images, are resolution dependent – which means you need to have enough resolution for your image to print out clear and sharp. Color mode should be RGB (which is preferred, but CMYK is acceptable). File formats that should not be used for printing are .gif or low resolution .jpg files used to display Web site graphics.
A general rule of thumb is that you need at least 200dpi resolution at final print size to insure that you get a clear sharp print. Web site graphics are not suitable for poster printing.
We are able to print from and design in the following programs: