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Old July 31st, 2010 Jul 31, 2010 12:03:55 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone knows how they print or put the logos on a MMA or boxing canvas?

Hi All,
Just wondering if anyone knows what process they go through when the put logos on MMA or boxing ring canvases?
Are these screen printed, digital vinyl decal graphics?
Not sure?? Can anyone help??
Mahalo for the help!
 
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Default Re: Anyone knows how they print or put the logos on a MMA or boxing canvas?

I am pretty sure it is giant size screen printing. I have seen it done as sizes that would surprise you, it takes two guys to pull the squeegee.
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Default Re: Anyone knows how they print or put the logos on a MMA or boxing canvas?

i have always wondered the same thing!!!
 
 
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Default Re: Anyone knows how they print or put the logos on a MMA or boxing canvas?

Believe the majority are screen printed with an air dry ink. I've seen some that look like they may have a vinyl on them, perhaps the same vinyl that's used for floor graphics. Only reason I think they were vinyl was because of how the graphic got damaged.

My primary concern would be water buildup and whether or not the fighters could possibly slip on the graphic if I were to use a vinyl. I'd of course be on the phone with the manufacturer for quite a bit of time ensuring that what I'm getting will do the job.
 
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Default Re: Anyone knows how they print or put the logos on a MMA or boxing canvas?

Thanks for the input guys!!! Maybe we will find someone doing it on you tube on day
 






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