Category Archives: Flatbed printing

Golf Sponsor Signs

This golf tournament sponsor sign gives all the names of the event sponsors. We printed it on coroplast so that in the event of rain it will still look good! We printed it for the Mayhew Program, which has a … Continue reading

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Signage for a Coffee Shop

These retail signs were hanging in a coffee shop that I went to at the Jersey Shore last week. For not a lot of money, the shop was able to have attractive retail signs announcing their loyalty program. These retail … Continue reading

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Printed Ceiling Tiles

We have printed several jobs now for “Call Don’t Fall” ceiling tiles in hospitals. It’s a great way to remind a patient to get a nurse before trying to get out of bed! We can print on standard ceiling tiles, … Continue reading

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Computer Printed Signs

This “No Trucks” custom sign comes in really handy during mud season in New Hampshire! It’s direct printed on OmegaBond, a common sign material that is a sandwich of aluminum on the outside and high density plastic in the middle. … Continue reading

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Tri-Fold Foamcore Prints

Here’s an affordable way to do a tabletop trade show display– use a trifold foamcore poster! The trifold foamcore poster is a 48 wide 36 tall poster printed on 3/16 thickness foamcore board. We then score it 12″ in from … Continue reading

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Trail Signs with Maps

Here’s a trail map sign we printed recently for our good customer the Equinox Preservation Trust in Vermont. These were direct printed on OmegaBond, which is a sandwich of aluminum on either side of hard plastic. I don’t know about … Continue reading

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Trail Map Signs

We printed these trail map signs for our good customer the Green Woodlands Foundation. This is a huge natural area in Dorchester NH, and I finally found the time to check out the trails on my cross country skis. The … Continue reading

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