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WHOLESALE SIGNS & GRAPHICS

BANNERS • ADHESIVE VINYL • FLAT BED PRINTING • FABRIC PRINTING

WHOLESALE SIGNS & GRAPHICS

BANNERS • ADHESIVE VINYL • FLAT BED PRINTING • FABRIC PRINTING

PC Signs & Graphics

Since 1995, PC Signs & Graphics has been providing sign and banner makers with the highest quality digital printed graphics at low wholesale pricing. This leaves more profit for you, without the expense of owning and operating your own equipment. Our first priority is to ensure that your graphics are of the highest print quality and color accuracy. It is for this reason that we use the highest quality printers, print media, and software. Our staff is highly skilled, and ongoing industry training is part of the job requirement. Starting with fast turnaround times (orders usually ship in 1 business day), to checking jobs and asking questions about print use, we will help you get the right print for your needs, the first time.

NEW! FABRIC PRINTING

Our dye sublimation printing department can create eye catching colorful Silicone edge graphics (SEG), flags, tents, table throws and custom displays.

Banner Printing

Banner Printing

Custom banners are a great way of promoting a business or event, and with the advances in printing technology it’s now possible to produce any quantity of the banners you need.

Banner Printing

Custom banners are a great way of promoting your business or event, and with the advances in printing technology it’s now possible to produce any number of the banners you need.

Banner Printing

Adhesive Vinyl

Adhesive vinyl is a flexible and versatile material used by PC Signs to make attention-grabbing vehicle wraps, wall wraps, signs and logos for your customers.

Custom Banners

Flat Bed Printing

This method replaces traditional screen-printing for shorter runs, as well as for items requiring multiple colors and photographic imagery on rigid substrates.

Flat Bed Printing

Digital flatbed printers use ultra-violet (UV) curable inks that are made from acrylic monomers. These inks are then exposed to strong UV lights to “cure” or polymerize them.

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