While you may not be familiar with the term spot color, it may be the more widely used of the two in the sign and screen printing world. This is because the majority of simple signs produced are using self-adhesive vinyl, which is a spot color media. Process color, on the other hand, means the four colors of yellow, black, cyan and magenta are mixed by the printing device in different percentages of dots to create a full range of colors.
SignWarehouse hosts monthly training seminars in Denison, TX location. This service will be provided to new customers that have already purchased their large format printer or vinyl cutter & have been using for a minimum of 30 days. The training will be presented by senior technical support staff and will cover Basic to Intermediate hardware and software applications in a classroom and LIMITED hands-on training environment.
From time to time we get comments from customers who say “my coupon code won’t work”. Here’s why these coupon codes don’t work. The coupon code came from a bogus or fake source. Let’s face it, everybody wants a coupon. So there are sites that have sprung up as a so-called clearinghouse to “offer” you coupons. These […]
Recently, I was corresponding with a prospective customer about Mutoh large format printers, when she responded, “We are looking at getting a more well known brand. Do you sell HP, Mimaki, or Roland?” That caught me by surprise as I was under the impression that you couldn’t get better known in the printer world than Mutoh. So, for those of you who aren’t familiar with Mutoh, let me tell you about them.
What is the big difference between the R series Vinyl Express cutter, which sells for hundreds, and the Q series Vinyl cutter that is in thousands? What is special about the Q series that makes them so much higher priced? This post answers that question.