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Based on what you posted, your printer is saying they want full-scale artwork (meaning the exact dimensions as printed - that's what "1:1" means) at 100 DPI. But at 12 m in width, most graphic programs don't support such large sizes. You will likely need to break your artwork into sections that you connect back together when wrapping the bus. Talk with your ...


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I'm not that good with printed matter myself, but if i would need to guess then 100? i know that i personally use usually 300 DPI for printed matter, (72 DPI for everything that's on a monitor of any kind, 150 DPI for newspapers). The printed matter on the buses are not in a good resolution, they just seem ok since we see them either fast or from afar, and ...


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You are really confusing units. 1) You are NOT generating images at 75 dpi. You are generating them at 75 ppi. That is a diferent unit. 2) If you lower the resolution on your printer you only make things worse. Here is a simulation on having a print on one resolution (left) and at half that resolution (right) If you lower the resolution you will only ...



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