Here's a little break down of our main equpiment

Roll to Roll


The star of our roll to roll department is our Roland XR-640. We use roll to roll printers to run vinyl and banners. The XR-640 is a print cut machine that has a print and cut width of 62.5", and a print resolution of 1,440 dpi. It is a 8 color printer: cyan, magenta, yellow, black, light cyan, light magenta, light black, and white. With the resolution and color to give you a super high quality print every time.



Our flatbed printing is going strong thanks to our Roland LEJ-640. We use flatbed printers to run rigid substrates. The LEJ-640 has a print width of 64" and a print resolution of 1,440 dpi. It is a 6 color printer: cyan, magenta, yellow, black, white, and clear. With the option of clear ink we can give you incredibly unique prints.

Contour Cutting

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To contour cut decals to the exact size and shape you want, we use our Mimaki CG-160FXII. This cutter not only gives you many different depth settings to cut through all different kinds of vinyl, but it's incredibly accurate and can cut vinyl down to incredibly small sizes. Our Mimaki can cut up to 62.9 inches wide, and can cut up to 39.3 inches per second.




With our Seal Laminator we can laminate pretty much anything you need done with up to 60" wide and 3/8" thick. We stock lamination in gloss, satin, matte, and dry erase. Specialty laminates can be ordered. And lamination jobs that are thicker than 3/8" we can liquid laminate.


We have a small 8.8"x5.9"x5.9" 3D printer. We stock a few colored filaments including black and white. We use this mainly for small things we need in house (tape holders, small shelves, light switch guards, etc.) If you need something done let us know and we'd be happy to print if for you!

We do not paint 3D prints in house, if you would like a painted print we can make it in white and you can paint it yourself or take it somewhere that specializes in painting.

We also have various equipment for wood and metal working, as well as packaging and shipping.