Full Color Decals for Any Design
Direct to Garment, or DTG printing, is a process by which a digital image is printed directly onto your apparel using cutting edge printing technology and inks. This process allows us to print any quantity order with highly detailed full color designs at an affordable price. With our expert team of direct to garment printers, any design is possible . We ensure outstanding accuracy, exceptional consistency, phenomenal print output, and affordable rates with every order.
We help design window decals for business!
Your vinyl decal will be perfectly sized for your window or door and can include your logo and lettering. We offer 3M Premium Vinyl, or Avery® SC-950 Series die cut pigmented vinyl, that comes with a 9 year guarantee against fading and peeling. The vinyl window lettering is pre spaced, ready-to-apply, and can be mirror cut. Let us help you use big, clear window decals to get the attention of potential customers at your store front.
We make address numbers for transom windows
Vinyl address numbers for glass doors are 4″ tall and can be personalized with many type styles, colors and materials. Simply enter text and select color. The vinyl window lettering is pre spaced, ready-to-apply & very easy to install with our squeegee applicator which is included. Mirror cut can be applied to the inside but read from the outdoors.
What is vinyl window lettering?
Vinyl window lettering is a sticker that you can apply to make signs. The sticker is designed on a computer and sent to a plotter. The plotter cuts out the shape of each letter for your sign. Your vinyl window design can also include numbers, logos or graphics. Once your vinyl window lettering is prepared you simply peel and paste the decal to your desired surface.
How is vinyl window lettering made?
Vinyl window lettering is produced from a computer driven plotter that has a very sharp blade to precisely cut through a thin layer of a vinyl film. Alphabet Signs uses a pigmented vinyl so the color is not just on the surface of the vinyl letters but all the way through. We remove any excess vinyl material so you are left with die cut vinyl characters on a wax liner. Finally, paper pre-masks are placed atop the completed vinyl letters, making it easy for customers or window lettering professionals to apply multiple letters and shapes at once.
How is vinyl lettering applied?
The most common type of vinyl window lettering application is to simply peel and paste. The vinyl window letters are produced as individually cut letters that are pre spaced on a wax liner. You don’t have to apply the individual letters one at a time; you can apply the letters one line at a time or all at once. The vinyl window lettering is very thin and has an aggressive adhesive that will stick to any smooth non porous surface such as windows, banners or business vans. The vinyl window lettering comes with transfer tape that allows you to peel the decal from the wax liner and paste the letters. Vinyl window lettering is easy and inexpensive.
How to Apply Window Decals: So Simple They’d Thought A Pro Did It!
When business owners purchase vinyl letter for their companies, many are left wondering how to properly apply the custom decal to a chosen surface. The process begins with preparing the area.
1. Clean surface
It is important to wipe the surface clean with a n alcohol based cleaner to get rid of any harmful material that may be in place. The room temperature be between 45° and 90° Fahrenheit before beginning the process. The site where the vinyl lettering will go should not be too humid, as it can negatively affect the procedure.
2. Tape decal along top
The next step after the surface is properly prepared is to apply a strip of masking tape on top of the custom vinyl graphic. This will make sure that the sign stays in place.
3. Remove wax liner
The following step is to remove the wax liner by flipping over the decal and holding the bottom edge of the graphic away from the surface in order to expose the sticky vinyl backing.
4. Squeegee decal
Then, use a squeegee to press the vinyl letters on the area where it will appear, going from top to bottom like a windshield wiper blade. Careful not to trap any pockets of air that will create bubbles in the vinyl decal.
5. Remove transfer tape
After removing the top paper layer, the vinyl letters will appear in place. The sign will serve as a way for customers to see either a product or your company’s name on an ongoing and permanent basis. Vinyl signs can be a great way to make a permanent mark in a community.
Do vinyl window letters come separated or linked together?
The bottom layer is the wax liner that holds the vinyl lettering in place and allows the letters to release.
The middle layer is commercial grade vinyl with an aggressive 9 year adhesive.
The top layer is the semi opaque transfer paper that allows you to lift off the vinyl letters.
How do you design vinyl window lettering?
Today, computers and specialized software are used to create an almost endless variety of designs. You can easily type in the vinyl window letters or numbers you need. The online sign designer will allow you to preview your sign as you type. You can change font styles, colors, and sizes. The vinyl window lettering sign designer automatically calculates the price as you create your design. Vinyl window lettering is easy and inexpensive.
Can you cut the windows letters so they can be applied to the inside and read from the outside.?
Yes, it is called morrow cut. We do not offer the option on the designer so you would just have to notify us by email that you want to change the order to mirror cut. We do not offer it as an option because it makes the window lettering difficult to read especially if the windows are tinted.