Die cutters are used to cut the forms for the Sanford Expo2 packaging.
Three MAAC thermoformers, including this three-station rotary, are used at Joliet Pattern to form award-winning displays and packaging.
These 48-inch-tall distortion-printed displays were printed, formed assembled and packaged by Joliet Pattern. Created for UpShot and Seagrams, the displays were awarded the 2000 Design of the Times Gold Award by POP Times.
A three-axis Thermwood Model 40 CNC router is used to cut lettering for a McDonalds sign. The router is also used in conjunction with die cutters to trim excess material from thermoformed parts.
Large format digital printing, such as banners, are done on this Vutek printer. Joliet Pattern will become a beta site to test a new Vutek printer in December.