Digital Graphics on Pole Signs
and Pylon Sign Faces
"Why are your colors so rich, so vibrant? I've
never seen a printed face look that good!"
Communications, a local competitor
four types of digital graphics for signs: opaque, and translucent, printed
on opaque or translucent vinyl or plastic. All-translucent graphics are
best for lighted signs, but most sign companies cannot supply them. We
actually manufacture them, using our Large Format Printers.
the very best unprotected graphics, because of the inks, have a 3 year
outdoor life. Most last far less. A faded sign is neither impressive nor
helpful in attracting customers to your business; in fact it will probably
discourage them. If you use digital graphics outdoors plan on changing the
prints often, or buying “protected” graphics for extended life.
Manufacturing™ produces Large Format Printing using the best solvent-based
inks. Then we encase all our outdoor digital graphics in a sun-proof UV
vinyl coating, then doubly-protect the graphics with a Solarguard™ coating,
then triple protect them with a vandal-resistant Lumabrite™ coating. Our
graphics last much longer. Guaranteed.
these benefits in person in our Showroom.
Lighting Digital Graphics
Digital prints, and color transparencies, should be lighted with full-spectrum light sources to bring out all of their color.
The sun, incandescent lamps, and both tri-phosphorous fluorescents and
tri-phosphorous neon are full-spectrum light sources. Standard neon,
standard fluorescent, and HID lighting are partial spectrum; their use
has trade-offs. White LED back-lighting, except SolarBrite™
full-spectrum white, should be avoided.
Please stop by and see all of these products displayed in our unique Sign Lighting Laboratory and Display Showroom.
Click on the picture to examine all PMS Colors
Colors may vary slightly because of the computer or printer used.