here are some photos sent back to us by a customer.
A lot better than our in the back of the shop photos.
shown ara a Kawasaki 100, 125 and 250.
If we have created your graphics, send in some photos and we will post them for all to see.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
This is one of our semi-custom kits from the website, the 'Epic' kit. Choose your colours and make it your own. then have whatever logos you need added over top.
available at www.printwerx.ca
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Here are some Retractable Banners / Tradeshow displays designed for Simmit Powertools, to promote CF Moto. Dealers can order these from Printwerx.ca
|CF MOTO banner 1 - click to enlarge|
Friday, April 13, 2012
Chrome can be added into any set of motocross graphics. Here is an example. It's not a foil print. Rather, it's a chrome vinyl, hand laid into place, then laminated over. It gives the graphics a 3D Element, because the chrome is thicker. it's more labour intensive, so there's a few dollars to get it done. but really not that much more, and totally worth it. The only draw back is that installing on certain parts can become more difficult, as the chrome does not stretch. But with good templates, this should not be an issue. Available through Printwerx.ca
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Here is a set of pro Style Graphics for a KX100, and a KX125. The kx 100's graphics will also work on a kx85, as the plastics are the same.
Sure, this trailer just looks like a bunch of logos. and for the most part it is. but when it comes to screws that strip, so you can't remove them, and a door nobody told you was going to be there, it has been a pain in the butt. and it took 2 rounds. They brought it in once, and we got about 10 of the logos on there. Then they needed it back before we could finish. 2 or more months later we finally got it back, so we can finish it. The remaining logos and such took me almost 2 days to put on by myself. mixed with a million other client on the phone, in person, all asking to get there stuff done by yesterday. It's the beging in of our busy season, and it feels like it. hopefully I can train our new hire to do all the printing, and some install, so I can catch up on designing. I currently have 38 projects to design or print, and 11 out standing proofs. It's going to be a busy summer. I'm glad I love what I do.
Posted by Mark Hayward at 11:18 AM