It's like Frank's Red Hot! You can put it on everything! Okay, maybe custom printing shouldn't go on everything, but it's definitely everywhere!.
No matter what design discipline you practice, chances are you've used imagery to enhance a project or two. You don't need to look far or for too long to see how custom digital printing plays a major role in our lives. It really is everywhere, and our role as a digital printer is to provide that special spice to the design community. Nowadays, everyone is looking for an "experience" and we're here to assist with the visual kind. Whether it's tranquil photography for the healing arts, edgy graphics for that corporate cultural experience, or a grand scale tonal image, digital printing can be a perfect canvas on which to build or create your conversation piece.
Advances in technology have granted printing companies the ability to print onto a large variety of substrates. The processes and the variety of medias are as vast as their uses. If you have a specific printing need, chances are there's a printable solution.
Obviously, some technologies are more advanced then others, but it's up to the printing companies to see how far they can push their boundaries by researching, testing, and offering different materials.
Do you need custom printed acoustically transparent or commercial grade fabric? What about something unique like felt, or a Greenguard Type II printable Non-PVC wallcovering? The list goes on... Gosh, vanilla is good but why not add some sprinkles every now and then?
Here at Digital Print Specialties, our main focus is working with design teams to create that customized printed application, no matter what it may be. However, in order to continue to offer the latest in technology and substrates, knowing what you, the designer, needs is half the battle.
Inspire our R&D team and perhaps our next blog!
As Dr. Seuss once said, "Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!"
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