Wide format printing in all varieties of ink sets quickly became the backbone of ICON after our inception. In 2006, we acquired our first eco-solvent 54″ Roland and immediately found our place in the market.
Today, we’ve got an entire wide format printing fleet, each printer serving its own purpose – including solvent, aqueous, and UV inks. Weekly, we find ourselves printing on new material – be it glass, someone’s random 2″ x 4″ piece of lumber, fabric, coozie material, you name it.
We routinely color-calibrate our wide format printing machines and consider color-matching one of our many fortes.
What is Wide Format Printing?
A wide format printer is any printer with a maximum paper roll width of between 18 and 100 inches. In comparison, the largest sheet of paper your average home or office printer can handle is 8.5″ x 14”.
Is Wide Format Printing Expensive?
Wide format printing is an economical choice for small business owners who are looking for short-run projects, such as event signage, trade show booth design, banner printing, or even a limited run of posters for a music festival or art show.
What Are The Limitations Of Wide Format Printing?
With wide format printing, it’s possible to print on just about anything. There are very few limitations. We’ve printed on falconboard, metal, acrylic, foamcore, PVC, and even wood materials.
Check out some of the large variety of wide format printing work we’ve executed for ArtPrize in the past.