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Over the past three decades, Drytac has evolved into one of the most highly regarded manufacturers of products for graphics finishing and display, with offices and distribution centers situated across the globe. Drytac serves a truly international marketplace with a wide range of pressure-sensitive, Heatset and thermal overlaminating films.
AnaJet builds and supports multiple lines of digital apparel printers, inks and accessories for the growing garment-decoration industry. With the ability to print on T-shirts, polos, tote bags, wood, glass, and synthetic fibers like nylon and polyester, the opportunities are practically limitless.
McLogan Supply Co.
For 90 years and running, McLogan Supply Co. has been a one-stop shop for sign businesses and apparel decorators. When working with McLogan you’re a friend, not a number. With 4 locations around California, McLogan Supply Co. has all you need to run your business.
Since our founding in 1996, Adams Technologies has challenged the status quo in the manufacturing industry. Not content to develop and market "me too" products, we offer revolutionary solutions that maximize productivity, quality, and profitability. Tests in a production environment show that our channel letter benders are the fastest, most precise, and most reliable available.
Denver-based Brazz Specialties is a wholesale manufacturer of channel letters, electric sign cabinets and custom-built dimensional signage. Dave and Brian Brazzell have owned and operated Brazz Specialties since 1994, and from the same location since 2000. Whether it’s hundreds of LED signs or one set of channel letters, Brazz Specialties exists to take care of the sign shops.
Local print providers are increasingly losing business to big online sites that sell directly to the consumer buying public. But there is hope. Most consumers still prefer to buy wide-format signage locally, which is why the International Sign and Printmakers Guild has created SIGN.COM.