The founders of 3DPhotoWorks have decades of experience producing high quality tradeshow and museum exhibitions. Experienced with LightJet, InkJet and Flatbed technologies, they set out in the fall of 2008 to develop a totally new printing process that would allow advertisers to extend their story telling ability and enhance the viewer’s experience.
It was their goal to give customers a new way to set their product apart from the competition.
The end result, 3D Photographic Prints in sizes to 48” x 96” x 1.75” in relief depth.
Today, with a staff of 3D designers and technicians, 3DPhotoWorks can incorporate your message into structures with length, width and depth. We can fabricate your ideas into foam, acrylic and high-density urethane. Have questions on how to use us? Call for your personal “brainstorming” session today.
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