Sign & Digital Graphics

Recognized Supplier Guide ’19

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66 • March 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S SPECIALTY IMAGING DIGITAL GRAPHICS Many consumers are turning to dye- sublimatable pet tags because they offer a wide variety of patterns and colors, whereas a laser engraved pet tag is one solid color. Using dye sublimation, a shop can make intricate, full-color designs on a small dog bone-shaped tag. Nicholson says that her dog is named Moose and his pet tag has a full-color image of a moose on it. UniSub's Christmas tree ornaments are another big seller and not just for the holidays. Many people gift dye sub- limated ornaments for weddings and birthdays or as keepsakes from special events. Bag tags or luggage tags are another growing market for dye sublimation. Universal Woods and its subsidiaries make fiber reinforced plastic and metal The pet personalization market offers an avenue of opportu- nity. (Image courtesy of UniSub) Producers can use the wide range of products on the market to tap into automotive and sports niches. (Images courtesy JDS) Shops can upsell businesses like bars looking for signage with add-ons such as table wraps and coasters. (Images courtesy JDS)

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