Between our large format HP FB 700, Nexpress, Ricoh and Indigo digital presses, your options for digital customization and variable data are almost endless. The large format HP FB 700 printer allows you to print on almost any substrate, including glass and wood. Personalize kits, calendars, and match mailings on our digital presses for a custom experience for your customers. Digital finishing capabilities include die cutting and a large format CAD cutter.
Adding an extra personalized touch to your printed pieces is made easy with our variable data capabilities. Changing specific text, photos or information from one printed piece to another gives printed project that extra attention to detail, making your printed project stand out from the rest.
Large Format Digital Printing
We can create amazing things on our HP FB 700 Printers and Mimaki JFX200-2513 Large Format UV LED Flatbed Inkjet Printer. Pick the substrate and we most likely can print on it…paper, cardboard, glass, wood and corrugated plastic to name a few. The image quality is incredible at 1200 x 600 DPI. We can print up to 48” x 96” with full bleads up to 2” thick. The Mimaki JFX200-2513 also prints high Gloss UV inks with a spot gloss dull finish for lasting color and scratch and scuff resistance. Variable data is also available which can add a personalized touch to any large format piece.
If you’re in need of a precision cutter that can cut through thick substrates that require multiple cutting tools, then we have the router for you! Our DYSS DGS V-PRO X7-1630 Flat Bed Router can cut through expanded PVC foam board, foam core, corrugate, canvas, acrylic, wood, and aluminum composite material with a maximum sheet size of 67” by 134” and 1” thick.
print is trusted
"...the power of the printed word still rings true and has great value when evaluating advertising. When asked how much trust they attach to advertising in the various media, consumers gave magazines and newspapers a score of 63%, TV 41% and Internet 25%...traditional media such as direct mail and catalogues also outscore social media and the Internet respectively."**Pan-European Survey Conducted by VTT, the Finnish Research Institute March 2013