The mid nineties was a time of transformation at StandardBLUE. The days of the ammonia based diazo machines were drawing few.
The emerging advancements in digital reproduction were identified early on by the management staff of StandardBLUE. As the decade ended, the diazo production model had run its course and in its place StandardBLUE offered to its clients a complete digital solution.
Replacing the Vellum, Trans Bond and Mylar originals supplied for mass production were electronic files on floppy disks, Zip drives, BBS systems and Jazz tapes. This is the time StandardBLUE became known as Standard Digital Imaging.
Today files come in from all over the world in many formats and methods. Standard Digital Imaging continues to remain educated on developing technologies to enable constant improvements in service to its clients.