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Mesh Banner

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Model:  4x2_260gsm

Mesh banners reduce resistance in strong winds, making them less likely to flap, billow or fly away.

•    Available in strong 260gsm and super strong 325gsm for a durable banner that will last.
•    Perfect for use as building wraps, on scaffolding or bridges.
•    Finished with hems and eyelets.
•    260gsm: minimum size 200 x 200mm; maximum 2000 x 4500mm.
•    325gsm: minimum size 100 x 100mm; maximum 2438 x 15000mm

Simply upload your design in a CMYK PDF/X-1a format (be sure to convert all your text to 'curves'. We can also use a good quality JPG file.

Please follow the guidelines in the 'Bleed Guide' tab. as we need to allow for a 'bleed edge' which will be cut off during the finishing process. Once we have received your images, we will check your artwork and send you a proof copy for approval BEFORE we begin any print process.

If you would like us to design your banner for you, then this will incur an additional, one off fee of £25.00*. You will need to provide us with all logos, any content you would like including on the banner, colour scheme ideas & any preferred fonts as a general design guide. The more information you can give will enable us to produce a better design.

A member of our team will then produce a screen proof for you to check and approve within 48hrs. You will be allowed to change design elements up to 3 times from the first draft proof. Please be aware that this process may delay despatch of your item for up to 7 days.

*this is non-refundable once the first proof has been sent to you.


This guide will explain what “bleed” is and why it is needed, with illustrations to help you too.

What Is Bleed?
When text or images run to the edge of a sheet of paper, bleed is required. Due to the process of commercial printing, it cannot print to the edge of a sheet of paper like your home printer. Multiple pages are printed on much larger sheets of paper and then cut down to size.
As it is impossible to cut right to the edge of your design, we need a little over the actual ‘finished’ edge of your print as waste cut off or ‘bleed’ edge.

How Much Bleed Do I Need?
The industry standard is to have 3mm of bleed on each edge and a 3mm safe zone inside. This means that the length of each side will be 6mm longer. For example an A4 sheet when lined up correctly with bleed will be 216mm x 303mm. It will then be cut down to its finished size of 210mm x 297mm. 

What Is the Safe Zone?
The safe zone is the 3mm inside of the cutting edge in which no text or important information should be placed. Any graphics in this area risk being clipped when cutting.