DeLaMare Poster Printing

The DLM poster printing service provides University of Nevada Reno students, faculty, and staff with quality posters for homework assignments, professional conferences, department presentations, and more. Other clientele include departments, colleges, university organizations, and community users.

Paper Types

Available paper types may vary in pricing.

Paper Type


Matte Paper

Heavyweight and durable. Great for posters and signage.

Coated Paper

Lightweight and inexpensive. Great for prototypes or printed maps.

Glossy Paper

Make color pop! Great for photographs or artwork.

Satin Paper

Brings out color without too much glare. Great for posters and artwork.

File Types

We accept a variety of file types, but we strongly suggest you choose one of the following:

  • PNG - A lossless format suitable for line drawings, text, and images. Nearly all applications allow exporting to PNG, including PowerPoint, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
  • PDF - PDFs are acceptable, one of the preferred files
  • JPEG - JPEGs are OK for photographs, but due to how they compress images, they are not recommended for posters containing text.

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To assure that we meet the needs of our clientele in a timely manner, we adhere to the following guidelines: 

  1. Poster orders will be filled within 24 hours, following payment and receipt of the poster print file. The DeLaMare Library will not guarantee orders in less than 24 hours.
  2. It is the customer’s responsibility to check their poster for errors and to ensure that their file(s) open and print correctly. Refunds and reprints will not be granted for inherent issues with the file(s) at time of submission.
  3. Images printed on physical paper will appear darker than on a computer screen. Image files should be adjusted to compensate for this prior to submission. Refunds or free reprints will not be granted based on color gamut or brightness issues. Please ask a DLM team member for more information or examples.
  4. The DeLaMare Library prioritizes academic poster printing. Posters for non-academic use may be move back in the queue or be limited altogether based on current campus needs.
  5. Customers need to pay for any poster order prior to printing.
  6. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. I do hereby declare and warrant that I am authorized to use the applicable content in the file(s) which I am submitting for processing or printing and that the use of the content will not infringe upon any third party’s copyright, patent, trademark trade secret or other proprietary or intellectual property rights. I hereby grant a non-exclusive license to the University of Nevada and its agents to reproduce these images and return them to my agents or me, and I represent that I have the legal right and authority to grant such a license. I agree to pay the charges for the processing and printing of these images and to indemnify and hold harmless the University of Nevada and its agents from any and all liability, damages, and expenses (including reasonable actual attorney's fees) that may incur as a result of processing or printing these images, including any claims brought by any person claiming an interest in the images or their subject matter. I understand the copyright laws pertaining to the ownership and reproduction of images, and I know that large monetary penalties may be assessed for illegally copying images.