Those who say it cannot be done either have not tried or have never succeeded. At American Graphic Systems, it can be done, because for us our opportunities are limited only by our imagination, which has no limit. We hold the ingenuity and innovative resources needed to provide you with the highest quality manufacturing needed for your graphic project.
We are staffed with an intellectually eclectic in-house design and engineering crew, proven to successfully execute the manufacturing process from start to finish. From concept, to full-scale production, to shipment, American Graphics has the staff and production capacity to undertake any type of graphic need.
When combined with our experience, commitment, and dependability, the services and techniques provided by American Graphic Systems within our ingenuity driven facility, make us a leader in our industry.
Screen printing is a printmaking technique in which a synthetic mesh cloth is stretched over a metal frame. the design is then forced through the pores of the material by a squeegee in only the areas that are not restricted by a secured stencil used for ink blocking.More Info
Laser Cutting is technology that uses a laser to cut materials. By directing the output of a high power laser at the material being cut, the laser then generates any given image on a selected surface material, leaving an edge with a high quality finish.More Info
Thermoforming is the process of heating a thermoplastic sheet to its softened point, which is then held horizontally over a mold using vacuum pressure, air pressure, or mechanical force. The softened sheet conforms to the shape of the mold, and is held in place until it cools.More Info
Digital Printing is the method of printing from a digital based image directly to a variety of media. The images from digital sources are printed using large format and/or high volume laser or inkjet printers. This method is cost effective and allows for on-demand printing and short turnaround modification of the image with each impression.More Info
Distortion Printing is the process of printing a distorted version of an image onto a sheet of plastic and systematically vacuum forming the sheet on a mold, so that specific areas of the printed image appear in corresponding areas of the resulting three-dimensional finished part.More Info