Wide Format Giclee Printing
We have multiple wide format giclee printers. Giclee printing is a process that uses tiny dots of ink to make the picture. It is the highest quality of printing available today. We have the ability to print on various papers as well as canvas. We are able to print in grand format, which will print as wide as 103".
The Finishing Touch offers the unique ability to be a turnkey operation for both artists and publishing houses. We can do the printing, stretching or matting, as well as the framing and drop shipping. Contact us for information about our high quality printing solutions.
Our printing services are also available to our retail customers. Call or stop by to see examples and our prices. Most prints can be made in a few days. We also offer retouching and restoration services.
We continue to be on the cutting edge of the art world as we use different techniques to present art in a new and fantastic way. One of these ways is our UV printing. Our printer is capable of printing on any surface that is less than 4'x8', 2" thick, and flat. We offer a variety of different substrates that include glass, acrylic, wood pallets, flat birch wood, metal, tiles, MDF board, and even picture frames.
The UV printing process uses a specific UV curable ink that is immediately cured directly on the substrate while printing. This direct to material printing process enables us to achieve unique results using non-traditional materials such as wood and glass to print on. The UV ink is made to be weather resistant, color fast, and durable. With our printer, we have the option of printing just the CMYK ink with the substrate or with a white backer. There is also a primer option for more stubborn surfaces and a top coat that can change the finished appearance.
We are able to print custom images, designs, or can help you design something special. Visit our store, call, or e-mail for prices and ideas.
Dye sublimation (dye-sub) printing is a process that uses specialty ink and heat to make a finished product. First, the printed ink is attached to a primed blank. The blank is then put into a heat press. During the heat process, the ink is transferred into the priming agent on the product.
Through this process, the image permanently becomes part of the finished product. This make it very durable.
Dye sublimation can be used on a variety of approved primed products including cloth, plastic, stone, metal, and more! We have a variety of blanks in house that we can print and customize just for you.