Why Use Window Graphics?

Digital Print Media Staff : March 23, 2018 9:49 am : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics

Why Use Window Graphics?

Window graphics offer a low-fi way to attract customers with all the impact of a high-tech solution. Storefront advertising is an effective marketing method that has been around for a long time. It works well in conjunction with other marketing, or on its own.

Vinyl graphics are effective because they easily draw in passersby. Even if someone was not planning to drop into your business, a great window graphic can be enough to attract attention. Using this cost-effective advertisement, you will get a big impact from a small investment.

The Benefits of Window Graphics

Vinyl graphics are inexpensive compared to fixed signs. They are easy to change and easy to remove. It is simple, therefore, to use vinyl graphics as a year-round advertisement or to adjust your message for special sales or events.

Permanent signs often require permits from your city. These graphics, however, do not permanently alter the space in any way. This means that they install easily without having to deal with the paperwork and cost of pursuing a permit.

Small businesses, retail stores, restaurants, service providers, hotels, and storefronts from many other industries benefit from vinyl graphics. Sharing the right message, you can reach out to your customers and potential new clients whether your business is open or closed. You will always be advertising, and always attracting attention with well-made graphics.

 

Special Graphic Applications

Unique graphics draw even more attention to your business. Try metallic vinyl graphics for a touch of elegance. Frosted graphics add beauty and privacy at the same time, at a low cost. You do not need etched glass when you have this removable film! Perforated graphics also add privacy without compromising on light quality.

Any of these special graphic applications, and others, can be adjusted to meet your specific space and branding requirements. These graphics are flexible and customizable for each and every business space.

Wide format printers are perfect for creating graphics of all types. Basic graphics, specialty films, and any other vinyl media come out beautifully with a high-quality printer. We can help you create the graphics that elevate your business, or provide you with the machine you need to do it yourself.

 

Window graphics are easy-to-use and highly customizable. They are a cost-effective way to transform a location. Try a graphic to see how it enhances the customer experience. It may even change the way you do business, as well as your bottom line.

Leave a response »

Mactac Announces Improvements to PERMACOLOR ColorGard LUV Overlaminates

Digital Print Media Staff : February 1, 2018 9:01 am : Backlit Signage, Digital Print Media News, Vinyl Wrapping, Wall Graphics, Window Graphics

PERMACOLOR_ColorGard_LUV

PERMACOLOR ColorGard LUV Application Example

Mactac has announced improvements to their line of PERMACOLOR ColorGard LUV overlaminates. Already considered to be some of the best laminating films on the market, the improvements elevates this product into an even highly level of performance. ColorGard LUV films offer protection from abrasion, moisture and other potentially damaging effects in both indoor and outdoor environments. Additionally, as an added benefit these films enhance the vibrancy of the graphic.

Among the new improvements are:

  • Increased outdoor durability up to 5 years
  • Color shift resistance
  • ColorGard LUV films now have unmatched superior adhesion and wet-out over challenging UV inkjet prints

Applications:

  • Photographic prints
  • Transparencies
  • UV screen printed images
  • Latex, Solvent, Eco-solvent and Water-based Inkjet AND especially UV inkjet prints

Why Use High-Performance Laminating Films?

Laminating are used to protect printed graphics from light, dirt and moisture both indoors and outdoors. It should also be known that not all laminating films are created equal. Low-grade laminating films can bubble, crack, warp, and cause graphics to fade. A high-performance overlaminate, such as PERMACOLOR ColorGard LUV by Mactac offers UV protection, superior flexibility/conformability, superior adhesion, long-term protection, and graphic enhancement.

Learn more about PERMACOLOR LUV Overlaminates

Leave a response »

Aquarium Conference Room – Printed Clear Window Film

Digital Print Media Staff : May 24, 2016 10:03 am : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics

KHDA of United Arab Emirates, (Dubai) wanted to transform their conference room into an underwater aquarium theme. So they called upon E-Walls Studio to tackle the job. Using Mactac Printvinyl 899 R (only available to Mactac’s European market) the studio did an incredible job of transforming the space into a life-sized aquarium.

The transparent film used for this application allows for the graphic to be viewed from both sides of the glass. It is a nice example of high contrast and vivid imagery – traits that are sometimes difficult to achieve with clear film. The product is similar to Mactac JT5999R, a 3.1 mil clear gloss PVC film with a removable adhesive- which is available in the United States.

This project proves that wide format media has found a place in the world of interior décor.

Via Mactaccreativeawards.com

Leave a response »

Silver Vinyl Window Graphics

Digital Print Media Staff : May 2, 2016 3:58 pm : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics

Silver Vinyl Window Graphics Image Gallery

Silver lettering and graphics on windows provide an elegant and classic touch if executed the right way. Silver and gold lettering/graphics have a timeless look, once achieved only by hand-painting directly onto the window. Thanks to current-day vinyl plotters, this look can now be achieved with far less effort. We have compiled a short list of some creative examples of silver vinyl applied to windows.

Boutique des Baskets, Amsterdam – Silver Vinyl Window Graphic

Skull graphic on window of retail store

Tried & True Coffee Co. silver vinyl window graphic

Anchor silver vinyl window graphic

Silver Vinyl Window Graphics

Silver vinyl combined with frosted vinyl snowflakes on window

Leave a response »

5 Beautiful Gold Vinyl Window Graphics

Digital Print Media Staff : January 21, 2016 2:35 pm : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics

The popularity of the color gold has resurfaced in recent years. Once a staple of hand-painted window signage in the 1920’s and 30’s, these gold vinyl window graphics demonstrate why the use of this metallic color is so effective visually.

Leave a response »

Limited Time Offer: 6 Month Subscription to SignElements.com

Digital Print Media Staff : July 9, 2015 3:40 pm : Digital Print Media News, Floor Graphics, Wall Graphics, Window Graphics
We are inviting Digital-Print-Media.com readers to an exclusive 6 month subscription to SignElements.com for just $199.
SPECIAL OFFER: Access millions of industry specific graphics for almost half the price.

INVITATION DETAILS: As a recipient of this email you can buy a 6 month image subscription for just $199 (instead of the yearly price of $395). You still get full access to every file; including vehicle templates, high resolution photography, vectors and wraps. This is a unique opportunity to try this product without the yearly pricing!

This is a limited offer for one month only – to take advantage please click on the image above to set up your subscription online or contact us now.

Kind regards,
Digital-Print-Media.com

Leave a response »

Installing MACtac IMAGin Verde – The “Greener” Vinyl for Window Graphics

Digital Print Media Staff : September 3, 2014 3:45 pm : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics


wet-installing-window-graphicsIn this video brought to you by MACtac, we will take a look at how to install MACtac IMAGin Verde window graphics. MACtac IMAGin Verde is a line of greener alternative vinyls for wide and grand format digital printing. The environmentally friendly MACtac IMAGin Verde window graphics is ideal for window advertisements and upscale decor. The product allows you to apply window graphics with no visible border and can be cleanly removed for up to two years, even in high traffic areas. Installation is easy, and any novice can do it with a little practice.

Tools Needed: Isopropyl Alcohol, Soft Felt Squeegee

Step 1 Prep the surface using Isopropyl Alcohol. Be sure to dry the surface after prep

Step 2 Using the wet application saturate the surface and the graphic

Step 3 Remove liner and apply the graphic to the saturated surface, float into place

Step 4 Once in place, use a soft felt squeegee to smooth the graphic

Step 5 Dry the area

The MACtac IMAGin Verde window graphics are perfect for Point-of-Purchase, small businesses, restaurants, commercial decor and more. While you have choices for window graphics, MACtac IMAGin Verde can offer optimum clarity, sustainability and competitive pricing.

mactac.com/graphics

www.davinci-technologies.com

 

Comments are closed

Frosted Window Vinyl Spotlight

Digital Print Media Staff : August 1, 2014 2:41 pm : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics

The unlimited possibilities of frosted window vinyl for plotters – Application Spotlight

Until recently, the only way to achieve an etched window effect was to dish out thousands of dollars to have it engraved. Now, frosted window film made for plotters has given designers in the large format printing industry a relatively easy medium for replicating that expensive etched glass look.

The following images demonstrate intricately cut designs that resembles etched glass

etched-glass-window-film-on-door

Comments are closed

Stained-Glass Window Vinyl Film / Window Graphics Spotlight

Digital Print Media Staff : July 22, 2014 3:56 pm : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics

Window Film Application Spotlight for the Large Format Graphics and Printing Industry

Take a moment to browse these creative window film applications and let your mind wander as you become inspired for your next project.

stained-glass-window-film-mactac

Stained Glass  Effect Window Film  MACal-8400-MACal-Glass-Decor-700

mactac-stained-glass-window-film

MACtac REBEL RB599H, flexible PVC film for Screen and Digital Printing

stained-glass-window-graphic-mactac

Stained Glass Effect Window Adhesive Film in Library – Angle 1

stained-colorful-glass-window-vinyl-mactac

Stained Glass Effect Window Adhesive Film in Library – Angle 2

stained-glass-window-film-ceiling-graphics

Window Film / Outdoor Ceiling Graphic

Vinyl Window Graphic in the waiting area of the M.R.I. Scanner Suite, Wexham Park Hospital, Slough.

window-film-mactac-graphic-products

Winter and Fall Scene – Window Film

Comments are closed

Installing Perforated Window Graphics

Digital Print Media Staff : July 15, 2014 4:34 pm : Digital Print Media News, Window Graphics

Perforated Window VinylIn this tutorial you will learn how to easily install perforated window vinyl – just like the experts. Installing a perforated window graphic is similar to installing other adhesive-backed large format printed graphics, yet very different in ways and it will take several practice runs before mastering the art.

1. Gather the following materials:

  • Felt Squeegee
  • Paper Towers (For Cleanup)
  • Isopropyl Alcohol or Presaturated wipes to prep window
  • Masking tape
  • Razor blade or x-acto knife
  • Tape measure and level

2. Clean the window surface and remove all dust particles – always start with a freshly cleaned window.

3. Position the graphic – When the graphic is aligned to your liking use your masking and apply it to the top of your graphic so creates a hinge. *If you are installing a full window graphic, use your tape measure or ruler to make sure the edges and corners are evenly spread throughout the window.

4. Peel off adhesive backing from a top portion of the graphic (see video). Using a felt squeegee (to avoid scratching the surface of the graphic) press firmly and product a back and forth (left to right) movement, beginning at the top slowly working your way to the bottom.

5. For Wet Application Only – Once complete, make sure all liquid is removed from the area (and behind the graphic). Wipe down the surrounding area with a cloth.

6. For graphics touching the edge of the window seal, trim the excess away.

Comments are closed
« Page 1, 2, 3, 4 »