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Spotlight: Acrylic by Chroma Imaging

Chroma Imaging became a Design Pool partner in early 2021 to offer Design Pool users an option for printing on a wide range of different products, such as wood and acrylic. Based in Herndon, Virginia, with another location in Kissimmee, Florida, Chroma Imaging is a design and production company. They specialize in large format printing and custom visual solutions. Chroma Imaging printed our entire booth for NeoCon 2021 and was a dream to work with to make our vision a reality. They excel at helping designers create a unique vision for any project on any budget.

Things to know about acrylic:

  • Available in 5′ x 10′ sheets
  • Available thicknesses are: .125″, .25″, .5″, .75″
  • Acrylic can be cut to any size.
  • Acrylic is stronger than glass and weighs less.
  • Easy to clean with warm water and soap.
  • Highly transparent in areas left unprinted.
  • Any color in a Design Pool pattern can be removed to create levels of transparency by allowing light to come through.

It is easy to request a sample through our website.

There are icons for the different types of products our partners offer on each product page. To request a sample from Chroma Imaging click on the “Acrylic” icon. A pop-up will open for you to input your information. Keep in mind that digital printing is a non-inventory-based system. Printers print your sample upon receipt of your request.

Still have questions about Chroma Imaging? Leave them in the comments or DM us through Instagram.

**Please note, you will place your order directly with Chroma Imaging. They will give you the final price before you place your order.

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Kristin Crane

Kristin Crane has designed jacquard designs for the home furnishing and residential jobber market for many years, with mills in the US and in China. Today, she writes about pattern and design trends for Design Pool from her home in Providence, Rhode Island. When not writing about fabric, she can be found weaving in her home studio or hiking along the Rhode Island coast.


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