All shapes are not created equally sized. If you have an item that is square or diamond shaped, it is important to know whether the requested dimensions are for the square size or the diamond size.
The term finished size refers to the size of the printed graphic ready to install. If the the graphic includes bleed or wrap for installation, this is part of the finished size. Pockets and hems do not add to the finished size. Visualize your graphic laying on a table with a tape measure edge to edge. This is the finished size.
Banner material is made by melting layers of Vinyl between a fiber mesh or fabric to produce the strength needed.
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In the process of printing our ABC (Awesome Backlit Color) backlit flex face, Indy Imaging prints a multi-layer art file with 3M SuperFlex Ink.
Color reproduction has a fundamental problem: a given “CMYK Breakdown” doesn’t necessarily produce the same color in all devices.
There are two types of digital graphics files – raster and vector. Raster images are composed of pixels. Vector images are made of hundreds of thousands of tiny lines and curves (or paths) to create an image. Raster Overview Raster images are often called bitmap images because they are made of millions of tiny squares, called pixels.…
The overlap on one tile just has Image on it and the overlap on the other tile would have White and Image. So when they are combined, they are Image-White-Image. This also makes the seams less visible.
Our tiled-with-a-seam flex face is made with the same material as a non-tiled flex face. Indy Imaging has perfected a method of seaming together tiles when both dimensions exceed the 16 foot roll width.
The reason for this is when you are looking at the front and back files and the arrows are pointing the same direction, they will be pointing in opposite directions when printed. But if the arrows are pointing in opposite directions when looking at the front and backside files, they will print pointing the same direction.
Confused? Then continue reading to be unconfused!
Flag Material, unlike other polyester material for dye-sublimation, is coated for direct disperse dye printing. It is not heat transferred from paper like traditional dye-sublimation.
Ultraviolet curing (commonly known as UV curing) is a photochemical process in which high-intensity ultraviolet light is used to instantly cure or “dry” inks, coatings or adhesives.
Legibility of outdoor advertising design depends not only on the style of type or lettering or on the combinations of color used, but also how these elements work together at a distance.
“Color management” is a process where the color characteristics for every device in the imaging chain is known precisely and utilized in color reproduction. It often occurs behind the scenes and doesn’t require any intervention, but when color problems arise, understanding this process can be critical.
We use Zünd Cutting Systems to insure consistency and efficiency. The Zünd name represents Swiss quality and has become synonymous with precision, performance and reliability. Read on to find out more!