Large Format


Bigger is better! Create visual impact with large-scale, eye-popping designs. Large Format also known as Wide or Grand Format Printing, is suitable for everything from billboards and murals to trade show signage and POP displays. Large Format Printing offers versatility, reliability & efficiency.

  • Visibility. Large Format graphics, from posters to signage, present the perfect opportunity to gain brand visibility and help ensure that your business stands out from the crowd on a larger scale.

  • Opportunities. The inks used with Grand Format adhere to a wide range of materials, allowing you to print on a variety of non-traditional materials, such as; metal, vinyl, plexiglass, wood.

  • Size Matters. With Grand Format machines, you can print on substrates up to 1-¾ thick & 10 ft wide.

Omega is a real partner in our branding. They have been instrumental in the design and placement of ADU’s campus signage. We have shared values of excellence and stewardship, which they apply carefully during the design and installation process. The ADU campus looks great thanks to Omega and their team. I highly recommend them.

Introducing Our Large Format Fleet

Large Format Flatbed Printers

The VUTEk GS3200 and the VUTEk QS2 Pro flatbed and roll-to-roll UV-curing printers bring you high-impact color quality and consistency and unique multilayer printing. High-color accuracy and consistency all help to produce higher-premium products. These printers are ideal for exhibition graphics, photographic reproduction and point-of-purchase displays to signage, banners, posters and other commercial graphics.

Large Format Roll to Roll Printers

The Roland SOLJET PRO III XJ series of wide-format inkjet printers provides superior image quality for the ultimate in six-color digital printing. With exceptional print speeds, the XJ series excels at high‐volume production of banners, signs, billboards, vehicle and fleet graphics and wraps, flexible‐face signage and more.

Large Format Finishing

The Zünd G3 3XL-1600 offers cutting that can be used to create elaborate and complex shapes or effects not possible with traditional metal dies. It also offers routing, which is a more intricate procedure than cutting, and is used to cut elaborate patterns, grooves, and shapes in a substrate. These and other capabilities allow for your large format projects to be produced and finished under one roof.