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SEG Fabric Installation

STEP-BY-STEP INSTALL FOR AN SEG FABRIC IN AN SEG FRAME 1. CORNERS Always begin with the corners. Start by inserting the upper left corner of the graphic and then work your way around in a clockwise fashion.   2. CENTERS With the corners now squarely in place, grab the center of the graphic along the…

Tiled Rigid Panels

Tiled Rigid Signs

CORRECT METHOD FOR PRINTING A 4’ x 16’ RIGID SIGN A 4’x16’ Rigid Sign should be printed on two 5’x10’ panels. This is so that we can bleed off the sheet and then cut to size. This will insure alignment even if the material is not the exact size or perfectly square. A 4′ x…

PSV and Low VOC Paints

PSV and Low VOC Paint

Sticking a decal to a wall. It really shouldn’t be this hard. But with the advent of low-VOC paint, life has gotten a little tougher for those of us that do it for a living. Due to government regulations and efforts to make the world a better place, paint manufacturers have been changing the chemistry and reducing the level of Volatile Organic Compounds in their product.

Raster vs Vector

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.…

Double Side with Directional Arrows Tech Lab

Double Side With Directional Arrow

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!

Material Weight & Caliper

Material Weight and Caliper

Just as there are a variety of materials and colors, there’s a wide variety of thicknesses. In fact, what many people consider to be “cardboard” is still technically considered a paper, just of a very high weight or point value. Here we try to explain the different types of measurements used for different materials.