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Poster printing at the Bollinger Digital Fabrication Lab, Biotech Commons: How it works

How it works

By appointment

OR

Online submission

This is the recommended option.  Choose this option if any of the below apply to you:

  • you have not used our service before
  • you are not able to save your poster as a PDF file, or if for some reason the PDF file is distorted or not formatted properly  
  • you would like to preview your poster at close-to-real size on our large monitor
  • you have used our service before and are a satisfied customer, so you want to come see us even if you don't need to :)

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This option will save you a trip to the library, but use ONLY IF you agree to the following terms:

  • You are able to export your poster as PDF (use "export" or "save as" and avoid "print to PDF").

  • We will let you know if something is terribly wrong, such as blurry images, and give you a chance to send us a different file.  We will not proof your poster for typos or minor formatting issues.  If we find major issues with the poster file that are difficult to resolve via email, we may ask you to come in person.

  • Once you give your final confirmation, you agree to pay for the poster.

Please note that the same turn-around restrictions apply to online submissions.

 

Equipment

Plotters:
HP DesignJet Z5200 42"
Canon 4100 42"
Cannon 4000Pro 42"
72" paper cutter
Slide scanner

no appointments available? Check out the online submission option (same turnaround)!

Hours

Our hours vary due to the fact that we are staffed by student workers.  Please use the online scheduler or email us at biomedposter@gmail.com