Everyday R Banner (Roller Banners)
This mid-priced single-sided roller banner is a great choice for exhibitions and seminars and is created with a smart chrome finish and snap-top rail as standard.
The Everyday R Banner offers more size options than our entry-level banner and the base contains a steel plate to provide increased stability without being clunky. The full set up comes neatly packaged in a protective, padded carry case, making transportation easy.
Extending the banner is a breeze - you simply take it out of the case, position the two feet and pull up the banner!
Our Everyday R Banners are printed on a 200mic multi-layered polypropylene film up to 1m wide. This material is ideal for indoor use with a matt coating on the front and a grey light block coating on the reverse side. This substrate provides excellent print quality, a bright white appearance, an anti-glare matt surface, opaque against rear lights and excellent flatness when displayed.
For banners over 1m wide we use 510gsm Blockout Banner PVC. This material has a super smooth surface making it perfect for high-quality printing, a blockout back for no light show through and a non-curling edge even at larger sizes.
For more information about the material specifications, visit the TEMPLATES & INFO tab above.
Take a look at our full range of Roller Banners here.
Getting Started Once you’ve chosen your banner, you can create your artwork using our free design tool.
If you’d prefer to start from scratch, simply select your required banner size and get creating using a blank canvas. Alternatively, download the template mask to use in your own design software – don’t worry, you can re-upload it to Raccoon's design tool to double-check that your artwork fits inside the visual area.
If it’s your first time designing a banner, here are our best practice tips:
- The green dashed line indicates the safe area, where all text and logos should sit inside.
- Supply PDF artwork as CMYK with fonts outlined.
- Extend the background of your design to fill the whole canvas, no white space should be visible.
- Try and keep raster images above a resolution of 75dpi at final size or 300dpi at a quarter size.
For more help and guidance, please check out our support articles.