Floor Graphics

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  • Width from 12″ to 52″
  • Height from 12″ to 120″


    • 4mil Flexible Vinyl

    Printing of Floor Vinyl Graphics for Restaurants:

    Printing floor vinyl graphics for restaurants can be a great way to enhance the ambiance and branding of the space while also providing practical benefits like wayfinding or promoting specials. Here’s a step-by-step guide to the process:

    1. Design: Work with a graphic designer to create visually appealing graphics that reflect the restaurant’s branding and messaging. Consider incorporating elements like the restaurant’s logo, menu items, or decorative patterns.
    2. Material Selection: Choose the appropriate vinyl material for floor graphics. It should be durable, slip-resistant, and suitable for high-traffic areas. Matte finishes are often preferred to minimize glare.
    3. Measurement and Layout: Measure the floor space where the graphics will be installed and plan the layout accordingly. Consider factors like foot traffic patterns, furniture placement, and visibility from different angles.
    4. Printing: Once the design is finalized, the graphics are printed onto the vinyl material using large format printers capable of handling the size and resolution required for floor graphics.
    5. Cutting: After printing, the vinyl sheets are trimmed to the desired size and shape using cutting equipment such as a plotter or laser cutter.
    6. Lamination (Optional): For added protection against scratches and fading, consider laminating the printed vinyl with a clear protective film.
    7. Installation: Clean the floor surface thoroughly to remove any dust or debris. Then, carefully apply the vinyl graphics, starting from one end and gradually smoothing out any air bubbles or wrinkles as you go. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper installation techniques.
    8. Maintenance: Regularly clean and maintain the floor graphics to ensure they remain in good condition. Use mild detergents and avoid abrasive cleaners that could damage the graphics.
    9. Replacement: Over time, floor graphics may wear out or become damaged, especially in high-traffic areas. Plan for periodic replacement to keep the restaurant looking fresh and appealing.

    By following these steps, you can create and install high-quality floor vinyl graphics that enhance the aesthetic appeal and functionality of your restaurant space.

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    Guru Printers produces all orders respective to when they are processed and batched on the production queue. Although, we try our best to produce all orders accordingly based on your geographical proximity to a production facility, we cannot make any guarantees that your item will be produced out of a specific location.

    File Setup

    In order to ensure your files are print-ready, we recommend that you upload them in PDF format. When you generate a print-ready PDF, your computer will use the settings in Adobe Acrobat Distiller or any other PDF generating programs you may use. Please make sure that these are set properly before generating your PDF file.

    If you are uploading PDF files created in Photoshop, please be sure all layers are flattened.

    We also accept .JPG (JPEG), and .TIF (TIFF) file types, however PDF is the preferred format.

    Check your file to make sure it meets our file creation guidelines. This will help speed up the production of your project and give your printed piece the best results.

    1. Use the CMYK colorspace (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, blacK). These are industry standard printing colors. CMYK colors are different than RGB (Red, Green, Blue), which are used to display colors on your screen.
    2. Use a minimum resolution of 300 dpi for image files.
    3. Specify trim area with crop marks. (Don’t place crop marks inside the work area.)
    4. Artwork should have 1/8″ (0.125″) bleed extending past the trim line. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.
    5. Safe Area is the 1/8″ (0.125″) area inside the trim line. Do not put critical information or images within the Safe Area. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.
    6. If you want printed borders, they must be placed a minimum of 1/8″ (0.125″) inside the trim line and include bleed. This is to prevent minor cutting variations from leaving unintended results at the trim edge.

    View our File Setup Templates