Poster Printing

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Printing posters @ Princeton

Note: Due to a recent change in funding requirements, any poster that directly relates to research funded by the grant can still be paid for by that grant; however, one first needs supervisor & PNI approval. There’s now a form PDF┬áthat needs to be signed by Ken and then sent to the PNI Finance Manager (Anita Li, animal@princeton.edu) or assistant director for approval prior to requesting poster printing (possibly Mary Knoblauch, mknoblau@princeton.edu).

Please visit PNI internal website for full policy and form located at: https://www.princeton.edu/neuroscience/internals/center-information/office-procedures/poster-printing

Option I: Daniel Nordlund
– Cost about $45
– Max size 41″ x 51″
– PowerPoint or pdf are the best formats
– You will need account number
– email nordlund@princeton.edu

Option II: Digital Print Center (excerpts from Randee’s email)
– Located at 201 Nassau St
– The facility can produce print media of very high quality, in a variety of sizes, materials and formats – signs, posters, outdoor banners, binding, laminating, etc
– This facility is part of the university’s Printing and Mailing services, and is available to faculty, staff and students
– The website is http://www.princeton.edu/printing
– email is printing@princeton.edu
– Here is some basic information: http://www.princeton.edu/~oitprint/largeformat.html
– Jim Elbrecht is an expert and a reasonable person. You will need to contact him in advance to avoid a last minute rush charge

Option III: PRISM
http://www.princeton.edu/prism/info/poster-printing
– You will literally need to make an appointment at least three months in advance
– Costs about $80
– Billed directly to a grant

Option IV: Kinkos
Cost for a 41″ x 52″ basic color poster is $116 (as of Nov 2010)