Step 1: Before plotting your PDF on the large format printers, optimize it to reduce the file size. Click here for instructions.

Step 2: Choose the printer below for step-by-step plotting instructions to postscript version of each plotter (i.e., Pichu-Postscript). The examples cover various dimensions. If you don’t follow these steps exactly, your plot may rotate unexpectedly and get cut off.

Peach, Pichu, Pichu2, and Samus (all POSTSCRIPT)

  • 24” x 36” (or any file that is 36” on one side and less than 36” on the other side)
  • 36” x 48” (or any file that is 36” on one side and greater than 36” on the other side)
  • 16” x 60” (or any long, narrow strip that is greater than 36” on one side)
  • 48” x 48” (or any file that is greater than 36” on both sides)

Luma and Yoshi (all POSTSCRIPT)

  •  24” x 36” (or any file that is 36” on one side and less than 36” on the other side)
  • 36” x 48” (or any file that is 36” on one side and greater than 36” on the other side)
  • 16” x 60” (or any long, narrow strip that is greater than 36” on one side)
  • 48” x 48” (or any file that is greater than 36” on both sides)