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Image Graphics Inc.

1786 Bingham Drive

Fayetteville, NC 28304

Here’s how to find us:

1. From the Cross Creek Mall area, take 401 by-pass (Skibo Rd) to Raeford Rd. Turn Right on Raeford Rd.

2. Go to the 2nd Light turn left on Bingham Dr. (Baldino’s Subs on corner) Go straight approx 1/2 mile to next light.

3. Turn left at light( road is still named Bingham Dr.) go approx. 1 1/2 miles. Go straight through the first light you will come to (Bailey Lake Rd.) continue straight on Bingham Drive

4. Image Graphics is on the right hand side across the street from All American Self Storage and the entrance to Beaver Creek South. We are in the large brown metal building.

 

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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions > The Wrap FAQ > What if I need a precise color match?

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Precise matching of some colors can be very challenging.  What we print on vinyl will NOT precisely match what you see on your computer monitor.  Due to the different ways that monitors and printers display colors it is technically impossible to get an exact match.
  • Your computer monitor, a scanner and even digital cameras use red, green and blue (RGB) light to display color.

 

  • Printing however is done with cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) ink instead of RGB light, and CMYK produces a different range of color than RGB. 

 

  • For graphics to be printed on vinyl, all RGB files must be converted into CMYK.
RGB with lights
RGB lights combine to make white      

CMYK inks combine to create black
  • It is important to keep in mind that at times some RGB colors that you can see on your computer monitor (especially  some bright vibrant colors) simply cannot be replicated with standard CMYK inks. These unachievable RGB colors are considered to be "out of the CMYK color gamut." When selecting colors for your print project, if exact color matching is important we recommend using Pantone color samples.If you don't have a Pantone charge let us know and you can choose your colors from our chart.

 

  • You are more likely to notice color shifts when you use a solid,  color as a background or fill.

 

  • Also, due to the size of the print head of large format digital printers "banding" can also appear. This banding is most noticeable in large areas that do not have any pattern but can show anywhere.  The printer we use has a patented process to help reduce the amount of banding. However, from depending on the job there are times that you will still see some banding when viewing the image very close.