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TLF Graphics News

New HP Indigo Press!

It's the first six-color press of its class in the area. And it lets us do a wide array of new products at even lower costs. Adding this press to our array of equipment has allows us to to produce many of our label and signage products in better quality, as well as add lenticular and linerless products to our catalog as well!

You can read more of the Indigo's technical details on HP's official site.

HP Indigo S2000 Press
 

Custom Designed and Printed Trade Show Displayed

In today’s market your company's image should be of the highest concern. Our line of trade show displays are custom designed and printed. We can convert your ideas into high quality, attractive graphics! The large working area of these graphic panels - often called "mural panels" or "graphic murals" gives exhibitors the maximum printable area your display can accommodate. These stunning panels can engage audience members or attendees from more than 50 feet away, creating a compelling messaging platform. Since we do the print work in house, we can stage and check the graphics on your display – making sure the entire set up looks fantastic.
 

Online Printing Glossary Open

In order to better help our customers with some of the industry lingo we use, we've started building a printer's glossary on our website. You can view it here.

 

TLF Graphics: A Gracol G7 Master Printer

About Gracol

We've made yet another advancement in bringing our company's processes up to the highest possible standards. This time, it's our gray-balance. It may not sound like something to write home about, but Gracol's G7 specification manages more than gray standards- meeting these requirements for grays means meeting higher standard requirements for all colors as well. All of this adds up to some of the crispest colors we've ever produced. And we'll prove it with comparison prints- just call or email to set up a meeting.

Gracol G7 Master Organization
 

TLF Graphics Online Stores Open!

We've had a number of requests for online ordering. It makes buying products faster and less error-prone. So, we listened and set up two online stores: an online print store and a label hardware store. Our print store is being stocked with several common print products, and allows you to upload your own materials and get instant quotes based on your specifications, while our label hardware site will list for immediate order many of our thermal transfer printers and related products. Both are constantly expanding, so if you can't find what you're looking for, call or email us and we'll be sure to add them to our stores.

 
 

TLF Graphics now ISO Certified!

TLF Graphics has successfully completed certification as an ISO9001:2000 certified organization, meeting some of the highest and most recognized quality management standards in the manufacturing world. We've made it a point to care about quality, but quality doesn't stop at good prints. It's about a skilled staff and a full commitment to the best possible job in every aspect. You can read exactly what this certification means about our company, as defined by ISO itself, here, or view our certificate here. (PDF Warning)

ISO9001 Mark
 

View our latest addition. The M&R Conquest!

TLF Graphics is proud to add an M&R Conquest to our growing equipment set! This 6-color carousel printer means more jobs in less time- vital for those last-minute demands. Click here to see the carousel in action!

 
 

TLF Graphics News - D&C Article "Excited About Future"

TLF Graphics has appeared in the Democrat & Chronicle. Read the full article, dated June 18, 2007, here

Republished with permission.