Here at SignCenter we are asked on a regular basis if we can print onto materials that our customers supply. It’s not an unreasonable request, and even though we stock over 100 different media, there are some specialty products that we don’t have in our warehouse. Many of our customers know that the state-of-the-art printers that we operate have the capability to output some pretty unique products. For example, it’s not very often that we utilize the ability to ... Continue Reading →
- Generate more profits with no investment
As a SignCenter reseller you immediately have access to state-of-the-art digital printing and finishing equipment, a warehouse full of media, and decades of technical production experience.
SignCenter invests over $500,000 each year in new equipment and processes. We can print bigger, faster and better than you can imagine.
You will receive samples, marketing collateral and all the training you need at no charge.
- Secure customer loyalty
Simply by being able to say “we can do that!” you expand ... Continue Reading →
UV cure printing technology opened up a whole world of new options for printable substrates – the challenge, however, is finding materials that are inherently flat enough to allow for high quality output without risking damage to the printer. Fortunately, SignCenter has done that!
Wood has always been a favorite material for designers to work with, but it is wildly unstable, easily warps and comes with dust and splinters ... Continue Reading →
SignCenter supplied vibrant backlit graphics for the broadcast set for the 2016 NFL Draft. For the desired look, the backlit graphics were applied to acrylic. Using three layer UV printing technology (Color/ White/ Color) we were able to achieve both the brilliant color required for the large desk graphic, as well as the opaque black background on the NFL Network panels. Continue Reading →
This double sided flag was produced for Iona College on polyester flag material using SignCenter’s grand format dye sublimation equipment. It was sewn in house with an internal blackout layer and nylon webbing reinforcement. Congratulations to IONA’s 2016 Scholarship recipients! Continue Reading →
In 1963, Lawrence Herbert, Pantone’s founder, created an innovative system for identifying, matching and communicating colors to solve the problems associated with producing accurate color matches in the graphic arts community. His insight that the spectrum is seen and interpreted differently by each individual led to the innovation of the PANTONE® MATCHING SYSTEM®, a book of standardized color in fan format.
We encourage our resellers to communicate color specifications using the Pantone® Solid Coated or Solid Un-Coated color bridge. It ... Continue Reading →
Chairigami is an innovative designer of cardboard furniture. They provide lightweight, flatpacking, recyclable, and inexpensive products to fill the need for temporary yet durable furniture. SignCenter has been proud to manufacture and provide fulfillment for this unique and exciting concept for over a year. The furniture can also be customized with direct print or applied vinyl graphics. Order direct at www.chairigami.com. Continue Reading →
SignCenter is happy to welcome Debbie Cryan to our customer service staff. Debbie brings almost 30 years of expertise in the printing business with her and is enthusiastic about her work with SignCenter’s valued resellers. Her experience in prepress, agency work, and owning a print broker company will be invaluable in helping our clients grow their large format and specialty business. Continue Reading →
SignCenter relocated its facility from Middletown, CT to Milford, CT. SignCenter has seen steady growth since opening in 2005, and needed a larger location to support their printing equipment, including a 3 meter (126″) UV hybrid printer and 8′ x 10′ UV flatbed, in addition to their grand-format Dye Sublimation and ADA/Engraved sign production. At 18,000 sq.ft., the new location is double the size of their previous location. Another reason behind the relocation to Milford was the proximity to New York City. A good ... Continue Reading →