A new plate is required for each color of ink that you select. We offer up to 6 color plates or we also offer 4-color process print by quote request only. The pricing is calculated to cover the number of inks used and the size of the banner that you select. Feel free to call us for a quote at 800.470.6970.
Here you can specify how many unique colors are in your artwork. We offer up to 6 spot colors of ink that you can select to produce your image or logo. If you want to customize the coloring of your logo, simply call our Branding Experts at 801.470.6970.
Our maxiumum logo repeats every 36" and we can perforate the banner so that it is easy to separate or cut after each logo. This way you can have easily custimize the length of the banner.
There are three main types of customization: Screen Printing, Embroidery, and Digitally Printing (aka Direct-to-Garment).
Screen Printing involves laying down one solid color at a time to achieve a completed design. It is most commonly used for orders of 24 or more.
Embroidery involves stitching out the desired artwork with solid-colored thread, and consequently represents a more classic, permanent style of apparel decoration.
Heat Transfer Printing is the process of applying a full color (photo quality) image onto fabric. The image is first printed onto special adhesive material and is subsequently plotted out and pressed onto a garment, along with a clear protective film. It is most commonly used for orders of 12 units or less with detailed color schemes, photos, or fades.
If you have previously uploaded the desired artwork, you can check the corresponding box of that artwork below.
All our banners and signs are most durable in moisture-free environments, but where this cannot be avoided, we highly encourage our customers to wipe them down prior to proper storage. Also, if they are going to be outside they will typically last a year without fading depending on what direction they face and where the customer is. Arizona, Florida, Texas, New Mexico are harsh environments for printed signs. Also, you may consider the direction that the sign faces as south facing signs will fade faster than north facing.