Friday
Aug062010

Make it a wrap with JetMaster Display Systems Gallery Wraps

One of the fastest sellers in today’s market has been the ‘gallery wrap.’ 3 dimensional decor images make an impact wherever they are displayed - on the wall at your home, at the office, at a special event or on your grandmother’s mantle.

 

Whether you’re creating prints for an exhibition or home decor, a simple, reliable and low-cost solution is the best option. The JetMaster Display System for any inkjet photo, fine art papers and canvas is the ideal gallery wrap system with its simple design and easy assembly. 

Print your favorite picture on either inkjet canvas or photo paper using templates provided in the link below.

Gently peel away a small section of the release liner and position your print on the pre-cut board. Peel off the rest of the release liner, pressing the print flat and smooth on to the board you do so. Trim around the edges of the template with a craft knife, then peel away the remaining release liner.

Fold in and press down the self-adhesive, pre-cut tabs to form the box edges, pressing in the print at each corner to make them neat. Secure with an adhesive tab – and you have a beautiful, boxed print, ready for hanging. 

Your JetMaster Wrap is now ready for display at your home, office, exhibition, or your grandmother’s mantleWith JetMaster, durable, lightweight gallery wraps can be created in minutes, using just a craft knife and a cutting surface. The base is a pre-cut, pre-laminate corrugated board to which you simply trim and adhere your print, and fold over the edges. No bubbles, untidy corners, staples or hooks. A fully assembled JetMaster ‘gallery wrap’ is so light it can be hung from just one tack. 

 
JetMaster is a do-it-yourself inkjet gallery wrap that does not require the stretching and fixing of canvas. The benefits to you are speed, lower cost, flexibility to use any inkjet fine art paper or canvas and inkjet printer combination. JetMaster Display Systems are available in 8.5”x11”, 13”x19”, 16.47”x20.47” and 20.47”x24.47”.

For instructions and Photoshop templates click here.


JetMaster Display System Benefits:   

  • Simple and easy to use design
  • Works with any inkjet printer and media combination
  • Use your favorite paper or canvas
  • Low Cost: $5-6 per wrap depending on media type and ink load on an 8.5”x11” JetMaster Wrap
  • Ships flat
  • Easily print and display your favorite photos without ever having to stretch canvas
  • Tuesday
    Aug032010

    Creative Results Printing on Inkjet Metallic Papers

    Chrome Pearlescent and Mitsubishi Grace Metallic papers are both new to IT Supplies. The entire family of metallic papers is relatively new to the market and pulls its heritage from Kodak's Endura Metallic C-Prints. We've spent the last several weeks playing with these new products in our print research lab and loved the overall results. The portrait prints were some of our favorite prints with metallic paper's ability to make skin tone and highlights of the print 'pop,' with a slightly metallic tint. For both Chrome and Mitsubishi Grace we found using the highest quality print settings and ICC Profiles for Premium Glossy Photo Paper or Luster for best results. We've also seen really great results in both cityscape and landscape photo print applications using both Chrome and Mitsubishi metallic papers. This style of paper shows promise in a variety of other genres as well including still life, and advertising.

    Metallic Inkjet Print on Mitsubishi Grace Metallic

    Prints on Chrome Pearlescent seemed to have a smoother, subtle metallic hint and high gloss. Our prints on Mitsubishi Grace were similar to Chrome, however, we've noticed the Mitsubishi has more visible metallic qualities (prints almost seem to have light 'glittery' look).

    The great part about both Chrome Pearlescent and Mitsubishi Grace Metallic Paper is that anyone with a simple desktop inkjet printer can create some really unique prints that previously required the use of a lab. If you haven't had the chance to print on metallic paper yet, do so!

    Have you printed on metallic papers yet? We'd love to hear from you. Leave a comment below and tell us about your experience with this great new media type.

    Mitsubishi Grace Metallic Portrait Test Print using Epson 7900

    Tuesday
    Jul272010

    Fill out our survey and enter to win one of five Epson scanners

    Give us 3 minutes of your time to take a brief survey and we'll automatically enter you in to a drawing for one of five Epson Perfection V300 Photo Scanners. Click here for details and to take the survey. Hurry - entries must be received by August 15, 2010.

    Saturday
    Jul172010

    Oh so shiny!

    Metallic papers are all the rage these days. Designed to replicate the look-and-feel of Kodak's Endura Metallic papers for chromagenic printing (also known as a C-print) these papers open the door to inkjet prints with a true metallic surface.

    Great for a variety of subject matter, but when you want to give your highlights that extra little pop, metallic papers are great. It's a new market segment so we expect to see all the known suspects to introduce their flavor, but our current favorite is the Mitsubishi Grace Pearlescent Metallic 255gsm. It has a luster-like surface which is pleasing under a variety of viewing conditions. Sample packs are available.

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