Hard Rock International tasked SunDance with creating and engineering a multi-tier brand package including over 20 individual items for their Annual Conference. Featuring luxury papers and specialty finishing techniques, this project highlighted the best of Hard Rock’s distinctive branding. See how the package came together and propelled the SunDance and Hard Rock partnership.
3D printing has created a revolution among professional designers in speeding up the development process of prototypes, all the way down the tinkerer's at home creating impossible structures in plastic resins.
Sundance jumped into 3D printing early on purchasing one of the original Makerbots to experiment with. We came up a little odds and ends but unfortunately most of it was ultimately useless.
However that fury of creativity led us down a path towards several incredibly innovative ways we could utilize that technology.
It began with replacing a missing camera adapter on a tripod revealing one of the most useful applications of 3D printing technology for a production facility like SunDance. We began to realize we could fabricate our own replacement parts or even design entirely new parts for our equipment.
Then one day we had a part fail on a vital piece of equipment and discovered the replacement part was going to have to come from overseas and take weeks to arrive. In true Sundance fashion we refused to let a downed machine jeopardize a customer's delivery date. So we jumped into action and reached out to our friend Swami over at Factur to help us render the part and get us back up in time to satisfy our customer’s needs.
That's just one of the many different ways Sundance makes sure to stay on schedule for our clients. That's because we understand the importance of deadlines and delivering your piece on time, every time.
Find out more about the lengths we'll be willing to go through to make sure SunDance is the only printer you'll ever need.
Thanks to Swami and Factur for all of their help.
Visit Factur at Factur.org or in person at 520 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803.
SunDance embarked on re-branding through new collateral and educational events for partners and clients. The campaign covered multiple mediums and became the springboard for future successful branding avenues. See how we achieved over a 10% response rate and 53% conversion rate!
Add our new Folding Cheat Sheet to your collection of SunDance Cheat Sheets! This visual reference guide highlights some of the most popular folding techniques, along with a decimal to fraction conversion chart. If you plan on using some new folding techniques on your next printing job, this Cheat Sheet can help jumpstart your project.
For this year's Maker Faire, their creative team reached out to SunDance to create a series of custom signs for the two day event. SunDance has been a sponsor of Maker Faire for a number of years, creating signage, printed items and badges for the events.
While there were a large number of traditional large format printed signs, in true Maker fashion, they threw us a curveball. They wanted to create a series of signs that include digital readouts to allow the event to change the sign copy during the event.
Our design team got to work creating a one of a kind masterpiece that incorportated all of the design requirements. After a few revisions, everyone was happy with the design and our production team started creating the sign structure from scratch.
If you're out at the Maker Faire Orlando and see our work, post a picture and tag us along with #orlmakerfaire.
Digital Publishing Solutions Magazine puts the spotlight on SunDance’s digital print and offset packaging capabilities in this month’s issue.
Fischell TSS-1 speeds creation of hang tags, product labels and more with consistent tie loop sizes
Orlando, FL (31 August 2017) - SunDance (sundanceusa.com), an Orlando-based firm offering design, print and mailing services, has again added a unique solution to its broad array of offerings. The new Fischell TSS-1 tag stringing solution enables fast creation of a variety of items that require string tie loops. This includes hang tags, product labels, do not disturb signs, custom luggage tags, air fresheners and award ribbons, as well as thicker objects and even 3D objects. The TSS-1 enables application of string tie loops to tags and other items as fast as one per minute.