BannerSpring Production Guidelines

Step 1: Mark the Mark-line

Print or sketch a thin line around the entire banner perimeter, ¾” inside the banner edge.

Step 2: Mark and Insert Corners Holes

Mark and punch 1/8” holes as shown below for each corner. Holes are always 3/4” in from Banner edges and should occur on the Mark-Line described above.

Step 3: Mark holes on the 4 Sides

Mark and punch 1/8” holes along the Mark-line (3/4” in from banner edge) using the prescribed spring spacing 1’ intervals.

10'x 25' Banner Example

Fabric Edge Finishing: stitched, hemmed, or welded suggested.

Mark-Lines: Printed along entire perimeter ¾” from banner edge.

Ad Copy: Do not print within 4” of edges.

Side Holes: See size chart to determine spring count and spacing.

Substrate: Lind SignSpring Group suggests 7 oz. for vinyl for most applications. However, SignSpring performs well on heavier vinyl along with mesh, backlit, PE and most fabric graphic substrates.

Finishing: For best results, edges should be stitched, hemmed, or welded to avoid edge-curl. Do not use grommets.

Printing: Artwork and Final printing should include a mark-line bordering the entire graphic, ¾” inside the banner edge. The holes may also be marked or inserted as part of the printing process. If using BannerFrame, remember that approximately 3” of vinyl perimeter will be covered by BannerFrame Cover. As such, do not print Ad copy within 3” of edge.

Lind SignSpring Group provides graphic fulfillment that includes pre-markings and protrusions to assure efficient installation and flawless results.

BannerFrame Production Guidelines

Step 1: Mark the Mark-line

Print or sketch a thin line around the entire banner perimeter, 3⁄4” inside the banner edge. All punch holes should be placed on mark-line

Step 2: Mark Punch-Holes around Banner Perimeter on Mark-Line On Each of the 4 sides.....

Place your first dot 1” in from the banner edge along the Mark-Line
Place your second dot 6” in from the banner edge also along the Mark-Line
All additional dots should be spaced at 1’ intervals until you reach the end of the banner where the dots should be 6” and 1” from the edge respectively.

Substrate: Lind SignSpring Group suggests 7 oz. for vinyl for most applications. However, SignSpring performs well on heavier vinyl with mesh, backlit, PE and most fabric graphic substrates and thicknesses.

Finishing: For best results, edges should be stitched, hemmed, or welded to avoid edge-curl. Do not use grommets. along

Printing: Artwork and Final printing should include a thin printed line bordering the entire graphic, 3⁄4” inside the banner edge. The holes may also be marked or inserted as part of the printing process. BannerFrame Cover Sections will cover 3’’ around the Banner perimeter. Avoid printing copy within 5” of Graphic Edge.