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How to Order a Custom Size Print

Wondering if you can just order a custom size print for your artwork? You can! San Diego Sign Company is more than equipped to print what you need! Here’s how to place your order:


To order your custom size print, click on the Printing tab. Peruse through the materials we offer, and then click on the material’s picture to select your material of choice.


You will see a drop down menu that says “Custom Size”. Skip this box, and go straight to the “Qty.” box in which you will see the number “1”. At this point, you will want to figure out the square footage of what print size you will need.


For example, let’s say you are looking to purchase a custom size 13oz scrim vinyl banner for your kid’s little league team. The banner size you want is 4ft. width by 2.5ft. height. What should you put in the “Qty.” box? 

You figure it like this:
4ft. x 2.5ft.=10sq.ft.
So, input “10” in the box. Then add to cart.


Here’s another example. You need a different graphic for your Silverstep retractable banner stand. You’re interested in fab-ban this time around because you’re curious about the look of printed fabric. You need 36” width x 80” height custom size. What should you put in the “Qty.” box? 

You figure it like this:
36in. x 80in. =2880sq.in./144=20sq.ft.
So, input “20” in the box. Then add to cart.


You might be wondering where or when can you add graphic notes or add finishing items? You can do it at two points during the buying process. (1) After you add to cart and enter your billing and shipping information, you can add pertinent information in the “Order Comments” section. (2) Preferably, once you upload your graphics, you can add that extra information in the “Notes/Comments/Requests” section. Our sales representatives will see your order notes, and make sure our graphics department and/or production department will know what you need to satisfy your order.


Hope this helps! Any other questions, live chat us or call at (800) 748-7446.

By Victoria Rodriguez

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