Backlit Film is designed to slide into a frame or between sheets of clear plastic or glass. Backlit Film prints on rigid 8 mil frost white Satin Polyester in full color on one side and has a matte finish. It comes in a range of sizes from 1’ x 1’ to 4’ x 15’.

When backlit, this product is highly visible at night. It is also vibrant during the day when illumination is turned off.

ART:
Customer must supply appropriately sized print ready art for any images and logos they wish to use on the product. Editing of customer supplied artwork will be at an additional cost.

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Marketing Tips

Typically used for backlit movie theater boxes, at bus stops, airports, and for menu displays, Backlit Film is a way to draw attention to to your message. Backlit Film can easily be placed in and removed from displays, so it is easy to change graphics. It is also fairly weatherproof, so it is durable and sturdy enough for long term use.

Available in custom sizes ranging from 1′ x 1′ up to 4′ high x 15′ wide.

8 mil Satin Polyester

This heavy duty film is frost white with a matte finish that produces high quality, rich color. It can be printed on the front only.

4/0

Full color (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black as above) on the front and no printing on the back.

File Preparation

In order to ensure your files are print-ready, we recommend that you upload them in PDF format. When you generate a print-ready PDF, your computer will use the settings in Adobe Acrobat Distiller or any other PDF generating programs you may use. Please make sure that these are set properly before generating your PDF file.

We also accept .JPG (JPEG), .EPS and .TIF (TIFF) file types, however PDF is the preferred format.

Check your file to make sure it meets our file creation guidelines. This will help speed up the production of your project and give your printed piece the best results.

  1. Use the CMYK colorspace (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, blacK). These are industry standard printing colors. CMYK colors are different than RGB (Red, Green, Blue), which are used to display colors on your screen.
  2. Use a minimum resolution of 300 dpi for image files.
  3. Specify trim area with crop marks. (Don’t place crop marks inside the work area.)
  4. Artwork should have 1/8″ (0.125″) bleed extending past the trim line. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.
  5. Safe Area is the 1/8″ (0.125″) area inside the trim line. Do not put critical information or images within the Safe Area. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.
  6. If you want printed borders, they must be placed a minimum of 1/8″ (0.125″) inside the trim line and include bleed. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.