We are making it easier for students to print and meet their poster submission deadlines in three steps:

You don't have to come in store with your artwork on a USB anymore!

If you face any trouble uploading files on the website please upload using wetransfer.com or Google Drive and email us the files referencing your online order details. Leave your best contact number incase we need to reach you regarding your print files.

Valid and Current Student ID required to be presented on collection of your poster prints.

Just a short walk from Adelaide University, UniSA or Tafe SA- CBD campuses, its so easy - order online and collect instore from Hash Print!

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Please note we print posters for students on a first come first serve basis. Kindly check print Q status if timing is critical by sending us an email or calling us during business hours. 

Poster Artwork Setup Guidelines

Things you need to know...

Maximum width of the paper roll is 841mm. Maximum length as one full poster is 2000mm.

If the length of the poster exceeds 2000mm then you will need to split your poster (eg x3 A0 / x3 A1). You can view a tutorial on how to do this here. Trimming to size will incur additional charges.

Your file should be sent as a high-resolution PDF file with between 3mm-5mm bleed and trim marks.

You must also flatten and outline the font.



How do I send large files?

Simply email the artwork via WeTransfer or google drive link to sales@hashprint.com.au

What is the maximum width you can print for a poster?


What is the maximum length you can print for a poster?


How soon can my poster be printed?

All posters go into the print queue in the order they are received. The sooner you send through, the sooner we print it!

What if my poster size exceeds max width and length?

You will need to spit your poster. Instructions how to do this can be found in the description above.

How do I setup my poster artwork?

You can find all the instructions on how to setup your poster artwork via video in description above.

What is the difference between plan printing and poster printing?

Plan prints are done on 80GSM paper and need to be less than 15% full coverage (line drawings) or additional charges apply. Posters are done on 160GSM and can have full coverage at no additional cost.

Do I have to bring my artwork on a USB instore?

No- You will need to order online and we will contact you with a collection time instore!