The GrafXGroup (a division of Photo Craft Imaging)
exists to make your project successful NOT stressful.
We have graphic solutions, We are the Boulder sign shop for you.
The GrafXGroup is a team of dedicated professional project managers that work directly with you and our digital file detectives, production staff, and fulfillment (aka the shipping department) to make sure your jobs go smoothly and successfully through the entire process. We are THE Boulder sign shop for you.
Working with the GrafXGroup you get the benefit of Photo Craft Imaging’s 40 years of photo/graphic experience. Photo Craft has over 20 years of experience just in working with digital software, digital color management, digital printing, scanning, and computer imaging. We produced our first computer imaged film in 1989 and we were the first in Colorado to offer wide format direct digital printing in 1993.
The GrafXGroup sales staff will help you choose materials that work best for your specific project. Most companies offer a few materials. We have dozens of materials to choose from and we know why you should use one rather than another. We print directly to many types of cloth, vinyls, adhesive backed materials, clear and solid films and window clings, see through window perf in several different densities, and on and on. We have one of the few Fuji Acuity UV Flatbed printers in Colorado that can print with white ink allowing for expanded design potential as well as printing full color directly to rigid materials such as wood, plastic, Sintra, Plexiglas, styrene, DiBond, and Coroplast.
Under the same roof we have a complete finishing and custom framing department; bays for doing vehicle wraps; and two digital presses for supporting your commercial printing needs. If you are looking for one place to handle all the printed graphics for your corporate communication and branding needs, the GrafXGroup team is it.
Bring us your project and let the GrafXGroup show you “why us”.
Call us at our Boulder sign shop today – 303-442-6410 or (800) 441-3873 and ask to speak to a GrafXGroup project manager.