Anpas uses computers to create graphics and generate artworks. The computer – cut vinyl graphics from Anpas is very much similar to engraving as it requires plotters and vector graphics software. Anpas cast plaques can be seen all over Australia.
Computer-cut vinyl can be applied to large amount materials that are free from dirt and smooth enough to bond too, such type of materials would include most metals, plastics, glass and wood. At Anpas the computer-cut vinyl can create various forms of signs such as light boxes, honor boards, shop-front signs, banners, architectural signage, free-standing signs, tenant’s directories and vehicle signage.
Anpas is flexible in customer’s requirement as there are a wide range of colours and finishes available. The vinyls used in the products have a permanent acrylic based adhesive and most of the solid colours used at Anpas are designed to last for about ten years in out doors. The artwork can be either created or designed by graphics engineers at ANPAS according to customer’s requirement. Jpeg or Bitmap image can also be used for artworks. Web images are not suitable due to the poor quality and size.