Step and Repeat Banner


Step and Repeat Banner

Do you need a eye-catching backdrop for an event? You’ve probably noticed a step and repeat banner from fashion shows and red carpet events, where models and celebrities take pictures in front of. We guarantee high-quality materials, fast turnaround and reliable service for every order. Let Midwest Custom Print be your local or national printer and if you need help with the artwork. Click Here to let us Design it for you. Display brand messaging, event backdrops, trade show signage and more in a flash with 13oz Scrim Vinyl with Telescopic Backdrop Banner Stands! Portable and easy to set up, these durable and waterproof banners are ideal for use both indoors and out.

Chicago Banner Printing

Here at Midwest Custom Print, we strive for 100% customer satisfaction. Even with the current supply chain disruptions, we shave shipped 100’s of Banners throughout the country and the Chicagoland area. If you want to learn more about Step and Repeat Banners call us at 844-928-7866 between 9am-5pm Monday thru Friday. Also, follow is on Facebook for Special Promotions and to get updates on New products.

13oz Vinyl Banner 

They’re printed on a 13 oz. vinyl banner material, but with a matte finish. The smooth surface of the matte banner ensures a high quality satin finish

  • Digitally printed in Full Color
  • Single Sided
  • 1" Pole Pockets Top and Bottom

Telescopic Banner Stand

The Telescopic Banner Stand is versatile and can be used as a backdrop or background display for promotional events and presentations. Utilize this product for single and double sided banners ranging from 52" ~ 95" wide and 36" ~ 96" tall. For increased stability indoors , add water weight bags. This stand is recommended for indoor use.


  • 2 Steel Bases
  • Adjustable Aluminum Poles
  • Nylon Travel Bag

Product Specs:

  • Weight: 14 lbs (Stand Only)
  • Banner Width: 52" ~ 95"
  • Banner Height: 36" ~ 96"
  • Pole Diameter 1.5"

Resolution, also known as DPI (Dots Per Inch) or PPI (Pixels Per Inch), can be described as the number of dots that fit horizontally and vertically into a one-inch space. Generally, the more dots per inch, the more detail captured and the sharper the resulting image.

Help Topics

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How to check resolution


To see if your file has the proper resolution for printing in Photoshop, click on Image>Image Size. View the resolution section. The resolution should be set to 300 dpi.


To see if your file has the proper resolution in Acrobat, set your view to 300%. If your artwork appears pixelated beyond this point, then your artwork is low resolution.

How do I know if my resolution is good for print?

If your artwork appears pixelated beyond the 300% view in Acrobat, then this
is an indication that your file is low resolution. If your artwork appears crisp at 300%, then this is a good indication that your resolution is print ready.

DO NOT ENLARGE a 72 dpi file in your 300 dpi document.

A common misconception is that you can convert a file from 72 dpi to 300 dpi. This is both true and false. If your image is 4 by 6 inches at 72 dpi, the image will actually be smaller when importing it to a 300 dpi document. This is not the same for files that are large in size at 72 dpi. For example, if your file is 28 inches by 40 inches at 72 dpi, then the file is large enough to import into a 300 dpi document.


Another misconception is that you can up the resolution from 72 dpi to 300 dpi in Photoshop simply by changing the current dpi to 300 dpi. This is incorrect. Doing so will make your file pixelated