Digital Imaging (Sublimation)

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Our Unique Process

Using a sublimation transfer process; line art graphics, photographs or other digital media are permanently impregnated into an extremely durable substrate (hardboard, MDF, aluminum, steel, fiberglass reinforced plastic, laminate, glass and ceramic tile). The finished surface is impervious to most materials and has been designed to meet the most rigid specifications. The result is a high resolution and extremely durable print. There are a variety of finishes available such as high gloss, low gloss and matte.

Completely Customized

The sublimation process lends itself to mass customization (“100 pieces, each different”), allowing for small (one) to medium (thousands) size runs. This enables highly customized designs, while still keeping on budget. Our process can be done on endless sizes and shapes, from coasters to large displays. We also offer a variety of cut-to-size, shaping and routing to fit your special needs.


  • POP Displays
  • Games & Toys
  • Signage
  • Message Boards
  • Classic Ride Display Boards
  • Home Decor
  • Promotional
  • Photographs & Fine Art Prints


  • Customers can see a prototype before committing to long runs
  • Short run orders and rush jobs are cost effective
  • Photo-realistic and other complex images are possible
  • Can create one-of-a-kind item
  • Superior Image Quality
  • High Resolution
  • Full Vibrant Color
  • Customizable
  • Durability
  • Scratch Resistance
  • Stain Resistance
  • Dry Erase

Capabilities – Digital Imaging

  • Customized to your design
  • Endless sizes and shapes
  • Short to large runs
  • Design services
  • Adobe CS2
  • CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 12


  • Tempered Hardboard (.125” & .25”)
  • Laminate (.060”)
  • Aluminum (.035” & .045”)
  • Steel (24 gauge)
  • FR Plastic (.085”)
  • MDF (.25” – 1.25”)
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Glass Tile

Basic Artwork Guidelines

Vector graphics – .ai or .eps
Bitmap (pixel based) – .tif, .pdf or .psd
RGB color model

Additional artwork guidelines

Terms and Conditions

There will be a charge for prototypes. Samples will be provided and approved prior to production. All prices are quoted on a “per project” basis. Lead times are generally three to four weeks after sample/color approval.