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Who We Are

We are in the business of providing creative expressions that help you visually engage your ideas, messages, environments or events. We do this by helping you connect with your audience with our innovative, portable, modular displays and exhibit solutions.

What We Think

We think we can always do better and what we have learned is just our next starting point. We let our imaginations run wild and never limit ourselves to what we can do. We believe that once you invest your business with us we have the experience and resources to exceed your expectations.

How We Work

We work with you, that is our philosophy. Whether you are on a time crunch and need a banner printed yesterday or are in need of a killer design for your trade show booth exhibit we can make it happen. Our flexibility and customer service oriented approach turn first time clients into long term partnerships.

What We Do

Every day presents a new challenge, and that is why we love what we do. When you look around our production area, we may be staging a 30 foot display, fitting graphics to one hundred banner stands, or flame edging an acrylic mural. We continue to develop with the changing industry and pride ourselves in staying current. Creative challenges are what we get up in the morning for, so put us to work for you!

OUR HISTORY

1979
Paul Zago opens Lumichrom’s doors in Guelph Ontario, as Lumichrom Photo.
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1984
Lumichrom starts large-scale photographic printing for displays and exhibits.
1985
The first pole and panel system was brought to life with the Kepac hardware system.
1986 - Kepac Pole and Panel System
1992 - Laminating, 1986 - Digital Slides
1986
Digital slide film recording was introduced, as well as custom computer graphics.
1987
Our very first and definitely not our last Pop Up display!
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1988 - Pioneer Backlit Transparencys
1988
A look at one of the first backlit transparency displays that incorporated text and graphics. Back in the day all of the artwork was created by composite film assembly.
1989
Lumichrom begins construction of the new building in Breslau, Ontario.
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1990
Lumichrom packs up its bags and heads to the shiny new building that boasts a 600 ft. showroom!
1995
Our first large format printer, the Raster Graphics Electrostatic DCS 5400. Used for printing on vinyl and banners for outdoor application.
1995
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1997
A dye based photo printer joins the ranks and allows for 32 sq. ft printing per hour...which was considered fast at the time!
2002
Adding to the printer family, the Light Jet 430 came on the scene for continuous tone photo printing, for museum and gallery display applications.
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2007
Lumichrom welcomes the Exhibitline of portable, linear displays, which allow add on's of digital and signage applications.
2009
Welcome Fuji Acuity UV Flatbed Printer! Allowing for printing on rigid substrates and roll feed for wide format applications.
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2012
A big year for Lumichrom! Photo Media Décor, a division of Lumichrom was launched and began printing fine art on wood, metal, plexi glass and canvas.
2012
Boosting our in-house capabilities, Lumichrom acquired a CNC machine, allowing for digital cutting of hard substrates, such as wood and aluminium.
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2015
Lumichrom continues to lead the way with innovative, portable, modular displays and exhibit solutions!

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