Category Archives: Flatbed printing

Stackable Coroplast Cubes

Here’s a unique job we did recently for our good customer Irwin Motors. They wanted to have cubes with a marketing message on each face, and be able to stack them up four high. We printed on coroplast, which is … Continue reading

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Plastic Cardboard Signs

You see event signs like this all the time, and we print lots of them. The material is called coroplast, although we hear people call it corrugated plastic or even plastic cardboard. Typically they are 18×24″ in size, and held … Continue reading

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Trail Head Kiosk Signs

We printed this trail head kiosk sign for NH Audubon. It gives information about the trail and the birds you are likely to see along the way. And, a map of course! We are printing a fair number of trail … Continue reading

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Point of Purchase Display

This handsome display was flatbed printed by us for Hermit Woods Winery in Meredith NH. Yes, there are wineries in New Hampshire! We printed it with our UV printer on 1/8″ Sintra to give them something that’s attractive and durable. … Continue reading

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Foamcore Photos Really Big

This large photo was printed as 60 pieces 2×2 feet in size and put together at Grace Community Church in Detroit for their Easter Service. I’m just knocked out by how fantastic it looks! The final photo size was 10 … Continue reading

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Museum Free Standing Display

We printed this museum display for an auto museum nearby. They wanted something durable, attractive, and it had to be free standing. We decided to use the Skyscraper Display, which is basically two aluminum extrusions attached to flat bases. The … Continue reading

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The Advantages of UV Inkjet Printing

UV inkjet printing uses ultraviolet light to dry (or cure) ink as it’s being printed, allowing us to print directly onto various substrates. The print carriage incorporates print heads and a UV light(s) that trail the carriage.  The specific light spectrum … Continue reading

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