Did you know that offers both digital and screen-printed lawn signage to help give your political campaign get seen?  You might think that all lawn signage is printed the same but there is a difference so here are some of the facts that you need to know:

Definition: Screen-printed lawn signage

Screen-printed lawn signs are a process of using fine mesh screens with a positive of your campaign artwork imprinted on them.  The screens are then placed on your choice of lawn sign material (plastic corrugate, or plastic-coated cardboard) and then high-quality ink is pressed through the screen to leave an imprint of your artwork.  This process is great to produce political lawn signs that use one to two different colors.  If more colors are needed to produce the artwork, then it would be more cost-effective to use full-color digital printing.

Definition: Digital printed lawn signage

Digital printing uses large printers similar to the printers you might use at home or in an office.  The team has the capacity to print 12″x18′ signs up to 48″x96″ inch signs.  Instead of the ink being applied through a screen, it is printed in dots in a variety of colors giving us the capabilities to print endless designs with a clear resolution.  The ink is then dried using UV light to prevent defects and to speed up the production time.

Screen printed lawn signage versus digital printed lawn signage

Screen printing is usually our customers top choice because it is not as costly as digitally printed signage.  Most political campaign signage only consists of one or two colors making screen printing the ideal sign printing process. If a political candidate wants to invest in larger road side signs that can be up to 4’x4′ or 4’x8′ and usually includes a headshot of the image, digital printing would be the best option to invest in.  If you are unsure of which process is best for your political campaign signage, then email one of our experts and we can discuss the details of your sign project or give us a call today at 888.414.1776.