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Some of what we do!


DTG / Screen Printing

Digital printing is a much newer process that involves your artwork being processed by a computer, and then printed directly onto the surface of your product. Digital printing is not a transfer - the ink is directly adhered to the fabric of your custom shirt. The fact that the design is processed and printed digitally allows for a quantity of one, since there are no screens or physical setup. Digital printing is best used for items that require large amounts of detail and/or print colors, customers that require water based ink, and for orders of a smaller quantity (5 or less pieces). The fact that the digital printer does not use screens allows for a photographic print, with much more detail than traditional screen printing. As the ink is applied thinner (to achieve such detail), digital printing is best used on lighter colored shirts to allow the design to shine through.


New Product Sells Out In 24 Hours

Have you ever wanted to print your artwork on a glass or acrylic surface? How about a door? With
our new, large format, flatbed printer we can print artwork on a just about any flexible or rigid print
media (substrate) that you want. There’s virtually no limit to what we can print on for you. So long as it
fits on our StratoJet 25-12 we can print artwork on media that’s up to 3.5" thick. Colors come out vibrant and true, with high-resolution detail up to 1200 dpi.

Printing features:

  • Full-bleed printing

  • Double side printing

  • N-up printing

  • Nested printing

  • Print on flexible media



Ask professional sign makers which tool brings the greatest value to their projects, and they’d likely tell you it’s the CNC Router.

And for good reason! CNC Routers give sign designers the ability to create compelling signs that would be impossible to achieve using traditional techniques.

The CNC Router is a computer-controlled machine, and is mounted on a large router table. CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. It can move in three dimensions and automatically cuts out the parts needed for a sign.


Latex Ink Printing

Water-based HP Latex Inks combine the best characteristics of solvent inks and water-based inks. With HP Latex Inks, you can obtain outdoor durability and versatility across all common media types used in sign and display applications. Plus, enjoy odorless prints, low maintenance and health advantages — even over eco-solvent inks.

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