It’s time to dive deep into the artistic and creative realm of 1220 Exhibits, where our team brings together the best in graphic production services. In this post, we’ll explore how these graphic production services, like Direct Print, Silk Screening, Vinyl, Specialty Graphics, and Digital Files, play an essential role in creating eye-catching and memorable exhibit designs.
Types of Production Methods
Direct print, a.k.a. the “magic touch,” is a process that involves printing directly onto a wide range of substrates. It boasts some impressive benefits like time efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and high-quality prints. 1220 Exhibits uses the Canon Arizona 1380 XT wide-format flatbed printer, a beast of a machine, capable of printing on almost anything, from wood to metal to your favorite pizza box (kidding, but it could!). This versatility means that direct print can be used for various applications, making your exhibit stand out from the crowd.
Next up, we have silk screening, the time-honored method of printing that involves pushing ink through a mesh stencil onto a substrate. The benefits of silk screening include durability, vibrant colors, and the ability to produce large quantities cost-effectively. The silk screening process can be used for creating anything from promotional materials to textile prints. When comparing silk screening and direct print, the choice comes down to the specifics of your project and the desired outcome.
Vinyl printing? No, we’re not talking about old-school records, but a fantastic way to create durable and eye-catching graphics for your exhibit designs. Vinyl graphics are versatile, long-lasting, and easily customizable. They can be applied to walls, windows, and floors, bringing your exhibit to life in ways you never thought possible. Imagine having life-sized images of your favorite superheroes adorning the walls of your exhibit – vinyl’s got you covered!
In the world of exhibit design, it’s all about standing out. Enter specialty graphics, the secret sauce to turning heads. Specialty graphics can include custom-cut signage, backlit displays, and even funky 3D elements. The benefits of specialty graphics are endless: they add depth, visual interest, and that extra “wow” factor to your exhibit design. Be prepared to be showered with compliments when you incorporate specialty graphics into your exhibit masterpiece.
Now let’s talk digital files, the unsung heroes of graphic production. Digital files are vital for ensuring your print quality is top-notch and your design vision comes to life. Standard file formats used in graphic production include TIFF, PDF, and EPS. To ensure the best results, make sure your files are high resolution, in CMYK color mode, and have the necessary bleeds and crop marks.
In-House Graphics Resources
The Canon Colorado 1630 roll printing machine is like the superhero of the exhibit design world, saving the day with its innovative UV gel technology. This technology offers a wide color gamut, scratch resistance, and quick curing times. The Canon Colorado 1630 is perfect for producing stunning, durable graphics that will make your exhibit design the talk of the town.
Meet the game-changer in the world of large format printing – the Mimaki JV300-160 SUV roll printer. This impressive machine has revolutionized graphic production services at 1220 Exhibits, allowing for the creation of stunning visuals for various applications, including exhibit designs.
The Mimaki JV300-160 SUV roll printer excels in producing high-quality graphics for applications like wallpaper, window graphics, and point-of-sale (POS) displays. Its versatility and speed make it the ideal tool for creating vibrant, attention-grabbing visuals that leave a lasting impression on exhibit visitors.
One of the key benefits of the Mimaki JV300-160 in exhibit design is its ability to produce intricate, true-to-life graphics that help tell your exhibit’s story. With its advanced printing capabilities, the JV300-160 ensures your exhibit will stand out in a crowded event space, leaving visitors in awe of your creativity and vision.
In the fast-paced world of exhibit design, time is of the essence. That’s where high-speed print heads come into play. These advanced printing components are crucial to the rapid production of high-quality graphics, ensuring your exhibit is completed on time and exceeds expectations.
High-speed print heads work by using state-of-the-art technology to rapidly deposit ink onto various substrates. This technology allows for faster, more efficient printing without sacrificing quality or detail. As a result, your exhibit’s graphics will look sharp, vibrant, and professional, even when viewed up close.
The benefits of using high-speed print heads for exhibit design extend beyond just speedy production. These advanced components also allow for the creation of graphics with greater color depth and detail, enhancing the overall visual experience for exhibit visitors. Additionally, high-speed print heads help reduce production costs, ensuring you get the most bang for your buck when it comes to your exhibit’s visuals.
In summary, the graphic production services offered by 1220 Exhibits are truly unparalleled. With cutting-edge tools like the Mimaki JV300-160 SUV roll printer and high-speed print heads, you can rest assured that your exhibit’s visuals will be nothing short of breathtaking.
If you’re looking to create a captivating, unforgettable exhibit that leaves a lasting impression on visitors, don’t settle for anything less than the best. Consider enlisting the graphic production services of 1220 Exhibits for your next project, and watch as your vision comes to life in stunning detail. Elevate your exhibit design with the artistry and expertise of 1220 Exhibits – because when it comes to graphics, we’ve got you covered.