The Epson Stylus Pro 9900 is our large-format fine art and commercial printer. It can print on roll and sheet media up to 44” wide and features Epson’s High Dynamic Range pigment inks, offering quality and true archival printing.
To request contract printing services:
Submit your printing request by filling out the quote form. We have specific file guidelines listed below in the File Setup section. We will estimate job setup, printing costs and associated labor fees, then we will provide a quote for your approval. Upon approval, we will run the job and notify you when the prints are ready for pickup. See payment terms below.
Please include the following information in your request:
Your file(s) for printing.
Desired completion date - typical job turnaround is two to three business days but is subject to change depending on job size and machine availability.
Any special packaging or wrapping requests - our default packaging is a rolled print with a paper wrapping.
The resolution of the file determines the quality of the print. This resolution is different than the resolution the printer outputs to the paper. File resolution is generally determined by dividing dots-per-inch of print by four. The pixels-per-inch of the file should be set to approximately match this number. For example, if printing at 1440 dpi, set the file resolution to 360 ppi (1440/4 = 360).
Draft 180 or 360 dpi
Fine 720 or 1440 dpi
Super Photo 1440 or 2880 dpi
Acceptable file formats
.tif .eps .psd .pdf .jpg
Optional Additional Services
NextFab Studio offers file preparation services if you are unable to do the setup yourself.
We will make a test strip (44” x 8”) or proof upon request for a small fee.
Pricing / Payment Terms
Roll media is sold by the linear foot and includes ink in the price. The cost calculated for roll prints is determined by the length used on the roll rounded up to the next linear foot, regardless of the image size or ink coverage. Most 9900 rolls are 44” wide, so prints can be up to 43.75” wide.
If you would like to provide your own media, please contact us to ensure compatibility with our process. Prints on customer media are priced based on ink consumption, file preparation and job setup. NextFab Studio does not take responsibility for damage from the printing process on customer-supplied materials.