Tag Archives: cardboard cutouts

Trade Show People Cutouts

We do a lot of lifesize people cutouts for things like trade shows. We did this one for our good customer Peak Structural. They used it to show a celebrity endorser of their product without having to bring him to … Continue reading

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Cutout of a Phone

We print a lot of cutouts of people, but in this case we printed a cutout of a phone! We do a lot of crazy stuff here, which is what makes the job fun. Over the years we’ve done cutouts … Continue reading

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Product Cutouts

Mostly, we do cutouts of people for events and parties. But not always people! Here’s one of a Triplett meter product that they used recently at a trade show. It seems that the meters are fairly small, and they wanted people to … Continue reading

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Cartoon Character Cutouts

We do lots of cutouts of people, and often other things too. From a cartoon character like this one done for Sqord.com, to things like machines, historical figures, politicians, and even cars, if we can print it we can make … Continue reading

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Wedding Picture Cutout

We do lots of cutouts of people. One of the more popular things is to do a wedding photo for a 25th or 50th anniversary celebration. Here’s one we did for a 25th anniversary party for a couple. Everybody loves … Continue reading

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Cutouts not of People

We have made cutouts of lots of things over the years, we do lots of people and have also done things like cars, company logos, and cartoon characters. For this job, we did cutouts of gas pumps, Lord knows what that … Continue reading

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Cutouts of WW Cargill

This is one of 150 people cutouts of company founder WW Cargill we did for Cargill Corporation as they celebrate their founding in 1865. We printed them on 3/16″ Ultraboard and used our computer cutting machine to cut them out. We shipped … Continue reading

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