Category Archives: Flatbed printing

Kiosk Trail Signs

We printed these signs for a new trail head kiosk at the new Fogg Hill Conservation Area in Center Harbor, NH. Maybe it’s just me, but I find it very helpful to have a map of where I’m going when … Continue reading

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Print and Cut on Sintra®

I saw these Sintra prints at the National Arboretum in Pittsburgh during a recent trip there. In this case they were showing the size and markings of different penguins in their museum displays. Sintra is a PVC foamed sheet that … Continue reading

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Cutout Large Gatorboard Letters

These big letters were flatbed printed on 1.5″ thick gatorboard, and then digitally cut on our CNC cutting table. I’m told they were then going to be floated in a swimming pool for a corporate event! However they were going … Continue reading

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Computer Cut Hand Held Sign

I saw the man holding this hand held sign at the ISA Show in Orlando yesterday. What a great way to advertise that he can answer a question! The convention center is such an imposing place, and you really do … Continue reading

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Printing on Ceiling Tiles

We’ve done a lot of fun things with printed ceiling tiles, here’s a recent one. An Air Force squadron wanted to show their emblem on the ceiling, and sent us a digital file of it. That’s all we needed! We … Continue reading

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Short Run Point of Purchase Displays

This attractive point of purchase (POP) display has graphics we made for the Hermit Woods Winery in Meredith NH. They are a small winery, and were making a dozen displays for the local stores that carry their wines. Most point of … Continue reading

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Create a Room at a Trade Show

This is one of the more interesting jobs we’ve done in quite a while. Our customer wanted to hide the ancillary equipment that powered their machine at a trade show. How to best do that? We had made some museum … Continue reading

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