Recommended Usage for Large Format Printers

In a wearable tech world, you may well be familiar with the term ‘sitting disease’.  Sitting disease refers to the various health impacts of a sedentary lifestyle. Research says that sitting too long is bad for your health and can even shorten your life span. This is one reason fitbits, and other smart watches are […]


Heat Transfer Tape for Printable Transfer Vinyl

In the world of vinyl graphics, vinyl and tape go together like peanut butter and jelly. Application tape (or Transfer Tape) is essential for transferring cut vinyl to substrates.  In the garment decoration field, transfer tape is less essential. For most cut graphics using “T-shirt vinyl” like Logical Color WarmPEEL CP, no tape is needed. But […]



Daige Solo Laminators

You may have heard that good things come in small packages. In the world of large format printing, that’s not always true. But good things definitely come in simple packages. Between ink configurations, ICC profiles, and print & cut processes, producing high quality, digital prints can be challenging. So, when it comes time to finish […]


MUTOH XpertJet 1641SR large format printer

The new MUTOH XpertJet line of large format eco-solvent outdoor printers builds on MUTOH’s tradition of ground-breaking innovation and award-winning print quality. The XPertJet printers push the envelope to provide new levels of efficiency and productivity. The MUTOH engineers raised the bar again with smart new features that simplify workflow and color management. And MUOTH’S […]


A Basic Guide to Color Space

Having been in the sign industry for over twelve years, I do know that it is very possible to design an object you can’t print. That may be interesting to philosophers, but it’s maddening for sign makers. This frustrating phenomenon generally befalls people who are making the transition from CAD processes to digital color. The color range used in vinyl and heat applied films is entirely different from the output available from a standard process printer. Most new printers assume the range is the same and struggle with managing their own and their customers’ expectations.