CORRECT METHOD FOR PRINTING A 4’ x 16’ RIGID SIGN
A 4’x16’ Rigid Sign should be printed on two 5’x10’ panels. This is so that we can bleed off the sheet and then cut to size. This will insure alignment even if the material is not the exact size or perfectly square.
A 4′ x 16′ Rigid Sign Printed On Two 5′ x 10′ Sheets.
The Result – Perfect Alignment
INCORRECT METHOD FOR PRINTING A 4’ x 16’ RIGID SIGN
A 4’x16’ Rigid Sign should not be printed on two 4’x8’ panels. This is because factory material can have slight variations in size and may not be 100% square. Therefore, we are unable to bleed off the sheet and cut to size. This causes issues with alignment. As seen in the images below the slightest variation of material will result in the two panels not aligning correctly.