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What are Pavement Signs?
These are freestanding signs sometimes also known as A Boards, rotating signs, double sided signs or portable signs. They’re used in a wide variety of locations, commonly outside pubs, restaurants and shops, but can also be used internally.

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What are Projection Signs?
These high level signs project out from the side of a building for high visibility. They can be produced out of different materials (uPvc, aluminum, Perspex, traditional wooden painted signs), and can be lit up / illuminated, fixed with plain / ornate brackets and even sprayed to match the building. They’re widely used widely on Pubs and Restaurants.

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What are Banner Stands?
These are essentially portable free standing banners that stand up on their own. Sometimes known as pop up banners or pop up stands, they can be used in a variety of ways including in hotel receptions, at conference centres and at exhibitions. In most cases, the colour banners can be replaced allowing great flexibility at low costs.

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What is Large Format Digital Printing?
Digital printing is a printing method that produces prints directly from a computer. Constantly evolving technology in this area gives consistently clear, bright and vibrant results which lend themselves well to signs, poster and exhibition graphics. Large format digital prints can be produced on vinyl, a variety of papers, translucent materials and fabrics as well as rigid materials such as poster board or foam core.

Large format digital printing is also known as full colour process printing, 4 colour process, and is commonly used for poster printing, banner printing, printing on canvas, printed labels and stickers and printing on self adhesive vinyl.

You can see examples of large format digital printing uses on our services page.

What are Vehicle Graphics?
Vehicle graphics are a way of temporarily decorating a car, van or other vehicle and it’s most commonly used to promote businesses or raise awareness. Vehicles can be completely wrapped in vinyl, or computer cut vinyl letters and images can be added to high profile areas of the vehicle. Used on vans, cars, lorries and bikes, it’s also known as vehicle livery, vehicle sign writing, van sign writing, fleet vehicle livery, or fleet vehicle signwriting.

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