Thursday, September 24, 2015
Well, excuse my sense of humor (admittedly, it is weird), but I got a big laugh when I read what Staples says about “engineering prints”.
18'' x 24'', 24” x 36”, 36” x 48”
These engineering prints reproduce line drawings and graphics with high definition and contrast. The large size creates an easy-to-read alternative for sharing ideas with clients and contractors and is a low-cost option when a high volume of prints is required.
• Delineate the finer points of a design without worrying about inaccuracies during reproduction. The crisp, white paper of these engineering prints makes every detail stand out, displaying lines and graphics with the meticulous accuracy required by architects and builders.
• Present a design to a group using one of these engineering prints, making it easy for everyone to see and share in the discussion. Center conversations around this visual to reach consensus on a project's requirements and to promote your ideas with ease.
• Choose the size and price to suit your budget and needs with the three options available for these engineering prints. Use the smaller size for personal perusal, saving the medium and large prints for on-site reference.
Based on what I read on Staple’s website, where it features “Engineering Prints”, engineering prints are only available in three sizes:
18 x 24 – starting at $1.99 each
24 x 36 – starting at $3.89 each
36 x 48 – starting at $7.79 each
Posted by Joel Salus at 11:31 AM