Pictures should be scanned in at a resolution such that their plotted resolution will
be about 150 dots per inch. Lower resolutions result in low quality results. Higher resolutions do not produce
better results, but do cause large files, which are hard to manage.
Please flatten Photoshop files before submitting them for printing (i.e. reduce them to one layer). In addition
to reducing file size, this will also ensure that fonts are rendered properly. For
instructions on how to do this, please consult Photoshop's online help feature.
The plotter takes a 42-inch wide roll of paper. It does not, however, print all the
way to the edge of the roll, so one dimension of your image should not be more than
40 inches. Set the image size and resolution in the Image Size dialog, which can be
found under the Image menu.