What makes digital printing different from printing out a sheet of paper from your desktop? The core difference is that digital printing is typically used for large-format print jobs onto a variety of media. Digital printing does not inject ink into the substrate like conventional ink – rather, the ink/toner forms a thin layer on the surface and is then adhered to the surface using fuser fluid.
Our production studio offers a wide variety of printing capabilities, from corrugated yard signs to drive-thru menu panels to large scale wall graphics. Our state of the art equipment enables us to print on a multitude of materials and substrates, such as aluminum, glass and acrylic, and can be used to produce textured images and braille with ease. We can also print and contour cut any shape for items like helmet decals and logos for your company vehicles. Savings in labor costs and on-demand printing make for a shorter turnaround and vital savings for your business.
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