Large Format Printing
- Best practices for designing and sharing a research poster can be found at the Research Posters Guide.
- Price sheet for 24” / 36” / 42” posters on plain / coated / glossy paper
- Please submit requests at least 48 hours in advance
- Instructions on making a poster in PowerPoint and using UT’s poster templates
Large print requests may require more than 48 hours for processing.
- If you are requesting 5-10 prints, it may require 2-3 days for processing. 10-15 prints may require 3-5 days for processing. When requesting 15 or more prints, please email us at least one week in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of your request.
- When requesting multiple copies of the same file, please fill out one form, upload your file, and specify how many copies are needed. When requesting multiple different files, please fill out one form, upload your files to vault.utk.edu or Google Drive, add the link to the form, and share the link with email@example.com.
TO SUBMIT A POSTER, CHOOSE YOUR PICKUP LOCATION
UT affiliates may create or download a model and submit the request in STL format via our 3D printing page. Contact Richard Sexton at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, or schedule a virtual consultation using Microsoft Bookings. You may also supply a link to a downloadable .STL file from a repository such as Thingiverse.
Visit our 3D printing guide for more information about creating 3D print files and resources at Pendergrass Library.
The libraries offers large format printing and 3D printing for UT students, faculty, and staff. Large format (poster) printing is available at Hodges Library and Pendergrass Library. 3D printing is available at Pendergrass Library.
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