Modern digital printing runs the gamut from high resolution continuous tone RGB printing and drop on demand roll to roll solvent printing to direct to substrate UV cure printers. Part of our expertise is determining the best process to use for your project (and consequently the best printing device), while taking into account the size, image/resolution requirements , the substrate, how it will be displayed and for what amount of time it will hang. These and other parameters will let us make the best recommendations for your project. There are few substrates that cannot be printed with a digital method, however slower press speeds can make many of these processes cost ineffective at higher quantities. Press widths up to 16 ft. allow us to produce anything from a register topper to a billboard.
Modern digital offset presses require the use of 4 color process printing and make high end graphics much more cost effective at lower quantities than was possible just a few years ago. Simple one / two color jobs are still best run on traditional presses. We can produce sheets up to 42" wide.


 

Screen Printing is the most flexible printing process ever invented for a wide range of applications. The screen process print is characterized by durable light fast images printed with brilliant colors on the widest range of substrates including:

Styrene Flexible and Rigid
Vinyl
Paperboard
Foamboard
Lexan
Acrylic Wood
Coated Metals
Polyester/Mylar
Fabrics