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What is the Dallas Design District ?

Dallas is a city full of fascinating neighborhoods. The Dallas Design District is a unique area that is considered the city’s main hub for creative design and cultural innovation. Eclectic, yet upscale, the Design District is a key element of Dallas’ dynamic productivity, comprised of cutting-edge interior design showrooms, art galleries, fine dining establishments, and, newly minted luxurious apartment homes that engender a vibrant live-work-play community.

Of particular interest to the Designer Community is our Specialty and Large-Format capabilities, with a very wide range of applications for Art Prints, Textiles, Fabrics, Interior Decor, Furnishings, and Event & Party Accessories and Props, etc.

Supreme can print on an array of substrates, including Acrylic, Glass, Tile, Vinyl, PVC, Dry-Erase Board, Magnetic Sheeting, Wood Canvas, Dibond Metal. Foam-core board, Gatorboard, Coroplast, and Mesh Vinyl. We can custom-cut any shape in all of these materials.

Large-Format prints on solid substrates can be up to 96” wide by 120” long, and up to 2” thick. Let Supreme print your Vinyl  and Mesh Banners. Supreme also offers Dye-Sublimation Printing for Fabric. We can help you to create your own custom Wallpapers or Murals for your home or office,

We also have one of the largest CNC Digital Die-Cutters in DFW. Supreme can fabricate all of the elements needed for any Display or Booth set-ups for Trade Shows or Conventions. This includes custom cuts of partitions and walls as well as surface printing.

What is Offset Printing?

Offset printing is a commonly used printing technique in which the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface.

Advantages of offset printing:

  • Consistent high image quality.
  • Cheapest method for producing high quality prints in large quantities

Disadvantages of offset printing:

  • Time and cost associated with making a press ready to print, very small quantity jobs are better suited for digital printing.

What formats does Supreme Printing support?

Preferred formats:

  • Adobe Accrobat (.pdf)
  • Adobe Illustrator (.ai)
  • Adobe InDesign  (.indd)
  • Adobe Photoshop  (.psd)

Alternate formats:

  • Microsoft Excel (.xls)
  • Microsoft Powerpoint (.ppt)
  • Microsoft Word (.doc)

Why is White Ink used for Backlit Signage?

Also known as “Between-layer Printing”
We apply a layer of white ink between two layers of 4 color process ink, this diffuses light and deepens
images for use with day/night backlit prints and window cling signage, etc.

How can I send Supreme Printing my file?

Email: You may send files to us via email if they are not larger than your service provider allows.

FTP: You may send files via our FTP server.
Use the form on our Contact Us page to request username and password for access.

Dropbox: You can create your own free account with Dropbox.com to send files.

Does Supreme Printing have a minimum order?

Many types of jobs will have no minimum quantity order, however certain products require
intensive setup labor and therefore require a minimum setup fee. In general most jobs will
be at least a $35.00 minimum in order to cover the cost of setup. We will be happy to provide
you with an estimate and suggest the most economic way for us to produce your job.

Process or Spot Colors in large format printing?

Spot Colors vs Process Colors

Do you print using any Spot or Pantone colors for large format printing?

We only print large format products in 4 color process (CMYK). If you specify Spot or Pantone colors they will be converted to the closest possible process equivalent. Our flatbed UV printer has the capability to print white ink adding many more exciting options to your print job.

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