Wide Format Printing

Stunning Wide Format Printing

Branding Signage • Environment Wall Art • Window Graphics
Lobby Art • Backlit Displays • Wayfinding Elements

If you want to make a truly big impression, you’re going to love our new state-of-the-art rigid and flexible large format printers, the Canon® Colorado 1650 64″ roll-to-roll printer and the Canon® Arizona 2260GT 4′ x 8′ flatbed printer. The Colorado uses pattented UVgel technology to produce vibrant, scratch-resistant prints on a broad range of flexible materials. On the other hand, the Arizona employs VariaDot imaging to produce sharp images, crisp text, and uniform solid colors on virtually any rigid or flexible material! And because they are digital presses, there are no minimum runs.

Get practically photographic results – and often better – on foam board, vinyl, wallcoverings, cloth, banner material, aluminum, glass, metal, Dibond, Coroplast, Sintra, and even thick or uneven surfaces like plywood. We can also print rich, multi-layer textured art that adds extra dimension to any environment.

Our Canons can also print a solid white, so we can print incredible backlits on acrylic or Lexan. We even produce opaque two-sided window clings with different messages on either side.

For creative cutting of papers, films, vinyls, fabric, textiles, and a range of rigid materials, Spectrum Print Plus turns to our Colex Sharpcut Flatbed Cutter. For stand-up point-of-sale (POS) displays, on-premise signage and graphics, special-fit wall coverings, specialty packaging, and more, the detailed accuracy and speedy productivity of the Colex Sharpcut provides an extra level of large format capability that helps us get more done for our clients.

We print:

Architectural Coverings
Oversized Photographs
Vinyl or Mesh Banners
A-Frame Signs
Vinyl Decals
Car Magnets
Retail Displays & POP
Special Event Backdrops
Seasonal Outdoor Signage

Floor Graphics
Lobby Graphics
Tradeshow Displays
Museums Graphics
Transit Advertising
College displays
Financial Branding
Sports Facility Graphics