Dye sublimation

Also referred to as dye sub, is a process that is used in many applications, but is most popular for fabric printing. The ink is specially formulated with solid dye particles that are printed on paper or directly onto fabric. These particles are then sublimated with the combination of heat and pressure. During this process, the particles are transformed into a gas, which is then attracted to the polymers of the textile and permeates the fibers. The end result is a durable printed fabric with vivid colours and a natural feel. Our dye sublimation printer is able to produce graphics on a wide range of fabrics that are always in stock. We are able to produce fabrics up to ten feet wide so your design is never limited.


Usage: Tents, Flags, Pop-Ups, Tensioned Fabric Systems, Table Cloths


Thermal Transfer (Heat Press)

Our thermal transfers allow 1 to 2 color images to be applied to our stock table throw and stock casita canopy products. Using thermal transfer vinyl, we die-cut and weed your image, then apply it to the stock product using a high temperature, large format heat press.


Used for: Casita Canopy Stock, Table Throw Stock, Skycap Umbrella Stock


Solvent Printing

A very traditional way of creating printed graphics on a wide range of materials. Solvent inks are chemically aggressive and are able to work their way into the media. Solvent printing is known for its long outdoor durability against the elements. We have two types of solvent printers. Our first printer is able to print up to ten feet wide with immaculate outdoor durability because of the heavy solvents that are used. Our second solvent printer is able to print up to 64” wide with very high quality print to get the finest detail possible.

Usage: Banners, Mesh, Decals, Backlit Film, Perforated Window Film


UV printing

Different from conventional printing because the ink is cured through a photomechanical process. The inks, when exposed to Ultra Violet light turns from a liquid to a solid. The inks are able to adhere to unusual substrates as well as uncoated stocks. Our UV printer contains the latest state of the art technology that is able to print on flat substrates up to two inches thick, as well as allow us the option to print roll to roll. This printer has the ability to print white ink and print up to three layers at the same time. We are able to print and produce a lot of unique designs with this machine.


Usage: Foam & Gator Board, PVC, Styrene, Coroplast, Acrylic, Plywood, Dibond


Sheetfed printing

refers to individual sheets of paper being fed into a press. These presses use mechanical registration to relate each sheet to one another to ensure they are reproduced with the same imagery in the same position on every sheet that runs through the press.


Usage: Business Cards, Flyers, Brochures, Sell Sheets, Postcards, Booklets, Folders



G7 Colour Masters Certification

Here at IAC we are G7 certified, which in layman's terms means that we are colour experts. We ensure that your brand colours are spot on across all mediums. Including our highly weather resistant tent fabric. Contact us today to learn more!