Trade Show Graphics

At tradeshows, exhibitors have a brief 1.7 seconds of a visitor’s attention to stand out in the crowd. With the assistance of high quality full color trade show graphics, businesses have the opportunity to show their best. Colors are saturated and true to the original graphic, specifically flesh tones and bright hues. Our color management software achieves consistent results in approved color the first time. Most common used material in the  trade show panel printing industries are duralflex or lexan prints and less expensive alternative would be styrene prints.

Many experienced exhibitors favor Duraflex for their tradeshow signage and pop-up booths. Duraflex panel is a stiff but flexible plastic, its lasting durability allows it to be rolled and unrolled multiple times. Duraflex is a smart choice because it is a textured material that easily hides fingerprints and scuffs. Also, during the printing process, graphics are printed under the final plastic layer, making the image permanent and scratch resistant, turning trade show costs into increased sales.

Styrene is directly printed onto the material, which is a flexible, thin plastic and comes in 0.03 as a standard thickness. It is also commonly used for trade show printing as well as in-store point-of-purchase signs.  Its light weight makes it easy to hang as POP signage from ceilings and walls and even framed as a poster. Because styrene is only directly printed with UV inks, the production process is simpler than Duraflex printing, which makes it a cost-effective alternative and recommended for temporary signs.