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Esper_Ranger
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I'm working up a rough draft of a game board in Photoshop. It is planned to be about the size of a Monopoly board. Is there anyplace (like Staples or Kinkos) that has a printer large enough to run off a copy or two for me? Will they handle such minor numbers or do they only do bulk orders? Thanks.

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Re: One off printing

Esper_Ranger wrote:
I'm working up a rough draft of a game board in Photoshop. It is planned to be about the size of a Monopoly board. Is there anyplace (like Staples or Kinkos) that has a printer large enough to run off a copy or two for me? Will they handle such minor numbers or do they only do bulk orders? Thanks.

Esper,

Yes Kinkos or any decent print shop should have a printer that can print that size, and on a high quality glossy 'paper' to boot. You should expect to pay dearly for it though. For a monopoly sized board, you should expect to pay at least $10, but I'm just guessing. It may be significantly more.

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Re: One off printing

Esper_Ranger wrote:
I'm working up a rough draft of a game board in Photoshop. It is planned to be about the size of a Monopoly board. Is there anyplace (like Staples or Kinkos) that has a printer large enough to run off a copy or two for me? Will they handle such minor numbers or do they only do bulk orders? Thanks.

I've looked into having this done at Kinko's. They quoted me $8 per square foot for large format printing. That makes a monopoly board size around $25.

At cafepress.com, you can have a 23x35" poster printed for $18. I've never ordered anything from them and I can't comment on the quality.

Esper_Ranger
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One off printing

Hmm, thanks for the info. I was just putting this together for some friends to play for fun at Origins this year so I guess they'll just have to make do with my taping together several sheets of overlapping paper.

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