Fun in the Factory

More New Printers at Tint Design!

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While our current range of printer are still going strong, we are aware that to stay ahead we need to keep not only improving the quality of our products, but also stay up to date with new technology to increase our printing capabilities and product range.

Over the years we have brought you white printing, fade effects, printing onto a wide range of substrates such as acoustic board, composite panel and wood, printing and cut out designs and lately, tactile designs and Signage.

With our new printers, we are able to deliver greater speed and quality, but in addition to this, we are now offering, 5 layer printing!! Don’t know much about this? Stay tuned…

Fun in the Factory! - acoustic panels

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It's not often that we have time to stop and smell the roses here at Tint Design, however on occasion our design team take a moment to have a bit of a play with some of the unique products that our clients have been using. 

One such experiment was a fun project that we set for the team to see what they can do with Acoustic Panels. Here are a couple of our favorite results.

Francisco decided to make a puzzle from a piece of the white stock. Starting with a landscape image he overlaid some puzzle lines, then the graphic was digitally printed on to the white acoustic panel using our Vision Effex service. Next a cut file was created and using our Precision Cut service he was able to cut the puzzle pieces through the board. 

Dave used a different technique and decided to get creative by mixing and matching the different coloured boards using our Precision Cut service. The striking contrast between the charcoal and the white panels really makes the world map image stand out. This technique allows you to mix and match the panels or even adjust how far they are inset into the backing board creating different relief effects. 

The result is a fun example of how a few simple techniques can create a striking and unique result. 

Stay tuned for more 'Fun in the Factory' experiments!