Archive: October, 2012

Recent Developments in Screen Printed Decorative Architectural Glass

Screen printed glass is everywhere. It’s at home, in the streets, in stores, in the workplace, in learning centers, on public transportation and in restaurants. In fact, it appears more than most people often recognize. Today’s architectural culture calls for competitive designs, and unique, futuristic-looking buildings, particularly career centerpieces with stunning and breathtaking features. By Mike Young, […]

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Color Proofing & Standards in 2012

Let’s look at the various proofing specifications, standards and methodologies that are prevailing this year “Color proofing” should carry the same meaning for everyone reading this article; unfortunately, the phrase has become a bit blurred as a result of today’s multi-technology print methods. By Jeff Burton, Digital Printing Analyst, SGIA The majority of proofs generated are for […]

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Announcing The Distinguished Design Award

Regional Supply Distinguished Design Award Regional Supply invites you to participate in our first annual Distinguished Design Contest! We are proud of the amazing things our customers create with our products, and we want to recognize your efforts,  This is your chance to show your best work- AND be rewarded for it!  There will be […]

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Allied Electric Sign & Awning Co. A Legacy of Sign Making

Allied began its amazing journey on June 1st 1993 with 3 very ambitions and optimistic partners, Duane Millard, Glenda Millard and Monica Collard.   They grew rapidly in the awning market, but wanted to add a new dimension to their business.  So they acquired their first sign company and now had two full manufacturing departments, signs […]

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How Do I Find This?

One of the great strengths of Regional Supply is our vast inventory.  However, when it comes to finding what you are looking for on our website, it may be a challenge.  When confronted with the task of finding what you want among 8,000+ items, you may feel like you are looking for a needle in a haystack. […]

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Application Tip: Layering Vinyl for Multi-Colored Designs

When it comes to decals, signage, or other graphics, vinyl film works great for monochromatic projects.  There are also ways to use more than one color to create a project that pops. This process is referred to as vinyl layering. Learn what it takes to get the look you’ve imagined by following these few simple […]

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LEDs: ‘Channeling’ More Opportunities to Sign Makers

Technology advancements continually improve the way sign companies conduct business. One of the segments of the sign industry advancing quickly due to new technology is the electrical sign industry, and specifically, the illuminated channel letter segment. By Johnny Duncan Box Letters  Channel letters have become the most commonly used of all types of electric signs. The […]

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Regional Supply Customer Wins a Trip to the Track

We would like to give a big congratulation to our customer, MHC Sign & Design, who recently won the Richard Childress Racing Package from Roland. The package includes a trip for two to Charlotte Motor Speedway in Charlotte, N.C., and Pit Crew passes to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race on October 13, 2012. Prize […]

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Jump-start your business growth opportunities with HP Latex Technology November 15th-16th | San Diego, CA Join HP at their Customer Experience Center in San Diego, CA to learn first hand about the powerful advantages of Latex printing technology and the new applications available to create additional business opportunities. Hotel, food and transportation to/from the airport […]

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Dye Sublimation Class & Epson Open House Friday, September 29th | SLC, Utah Epson Class – 9:30 am to 11:00 am The education portion of this event will include topics like: the science of dye sublimation, what products can be dye sublimated, trouble shooting and opportunities for dye subublimation printing. COST: $10, non refundable. Epson Open […]

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