Wide-format printers (contrast to vector-rendering “plotters”) are generally accepted to be any printer with a print width between 17″ and 100″. Printers over the 100″ mark may be called Super-Wide or Grand format. Wide format printers are used to print banners, posters and general signage and in some cases may be more economical than short-run methods such as screen printing. Wide format printers generally use a roll of print material rather than individual sheets and may incorporate hot-air dryers to prevent prints from sticking to themselves as they are produced. (source)
Wide-format printers are used to create large-scale banners, signs, and other outdoor durable graphics or awnings. These large-scale graphics are widely used by retail stores, businesses, advertising agencies, trade shows, among others. At ARDON, we can provide you with a solution to most of your large-scale product needs whether it requires large format or grand format printing.