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Trade Show Exhibit Graphics

January 6th, 2010 No comments

Trade Show Exhibit Graphics

Trade Show Exhibit Graphics for your trade show display are crucial to separating you from the competition and attracting the targeted traffic you need. Our trade show display graphic design team combines originality, creativity and expert design talent to produce the layout for an exhibit space that prospects are attracted to.

Indy Displays Print Processes

Rapid Print Process: Vectored art files are cut-out of a heat transfer vinyl and adhered to table cover fabric. This is a fast, economical process, but you are limited on the colors used in the logo. Production time usually runs 3-5 days (for standard fabric colors).

Screen Print Process: Vectored art files are printed onto table cover fabric. The inks are mixed ahead of time allowing a wider range of color than Rapid Print. Production time usually runs 5 days.

Dye Sublimation (dye sub) Process: Full color images are printed onto polyester based fabric using a dye sublimation process.

Lambda Process: Large format lambda printers use lasers to print high quality images onto photographic film. A clear protective laminate is adhered to the front of the film to make the graphic scratch resistant. Lambda prints can be mounted to flexible or rigid surfaces. Our premium lamination process allows us to offer a guarantee for life against delamination on our flexible prints.

Direct to Print Process: The Direct to Print process allows us to offer economical prints on a wide variety of substrates and materials. We primarily use this process to print onto rigid materials or to create flexible detachable graphics on pop-up displays, table top displays, counters and case wraps. The Direct to Print process does not offer the true photo quality of Lambda but it does offer a very nice graphic and a highly affordable price. We print directly on to the chosen substrate which saves the cost of the lamination process. The prints are still highly durable and should have a place in any trade show exhibit program.