We offer a large variety of foamcore posters sizes going all the way to 40″ x 60″.
- Semi glass, high gloss or white uncoated paper
- 3/16″ white or black foam core
- 3 mill gloss lamination
- Standard 2-4 days turnaround
- Files accepted: JPEG, PDF
1/0 – One color ink front, No print on the back
1/1 – One color ink front, One color ink on the back
4/0 – Full Color Front, Blank Back
4/1 – Full Color Front, black ink Back
4/4 – Full Color Front & Back
32# Bright White Uncoated Paper
This is one of our standard uncoated stocks with plenty of text and cover options. It’s a nice bright white and has a very slight texture. Great for any printing that you’d like more of a flat feel with our satin ink. It’s great with glossy ink if you want a strong contrast between ink and paper.
10.4 mil Semi Gloss Paper
Semi-Gloss Photo Paper produces vivid, lifelike images. Designed to rival the quality of traditional silver halide prints, Semi-Gloss Photo Paper delivers highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max for true photographic reproductions. Its 10.4-mil RC base gives prints a photographic feel and keeps the paper cockle-free.
10.4 mil Hign Gloss Paper
Hign Gloss Photo Paper has a high gloss finish that is perfect for printing your favorite cherished photos and enlargements for use with glass frames and photo albums or mount the on foam boards. This paper is smudge and water-resistant with a smooth, bright white, resin coated stock.
3/16″ Foam Core Boards
Our Foam Board or Foam Core Board is a very strong, lightweight and easily cut material used as backing boards for artwork ,for sign making, mounting photographic and art prints, framing, screen printing, die cutting, prototypes ,3D design and sculpture.
Foam Core board consists of three layers; an inner foam layer of polystyrene sandwiched between a White Semi gloss clay coated paper boards.
This foam Core board has a built-in memory, allowing it to return to its original thickness after cutting.
Laminating film is offered in a variety of thicknesses, ranging from thin and flexible to thick and rigid. The term “mil” refers to total measurement of plastic and adhesive within one layer of laminating film, expressed in thousandths of an inch (0.001″).
Below is a list of common laminating film thicknesses as well as some examples of their common uses:
8" x 10", 16" x 20", 18" x 24", 20" x 24", 20" x 30", 22" x 28", 24" x 36", 26" x 32", 30" x 40", 36" x 48", 40" x 60"
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
10.4 Mil Semi Gloss, 10.4 Mil Hi Gloss, 32# Bright White Uncoated
3/16" Black Foam Core, 3/16" White Foam Core
None, 3 mil Gloss Lamination