We use four large-format printing technologies:
UV – high-quality digital printing using UV inks. This technology allows obtaining high-quality images, characterised by very high resistance to abrasion, on a very wide range of materials which practically cannot be printed on with the use of other techniques without lowering the quality. The ink is fixed on the backing by using a UV light to form a glassy or mat finish that is resistant to any external factors. With this technology it is possible to print on both flat materials such as Plexiglas, glass, PVC, Dibond as well as roll materials up to 500 cm wide. The method of curing inks with UV light makes them resistant to weather conditions, without using any additional protective coating such as foiling or lamination. An additional advantage of this printing technology is the speed of paint drying. The printed surface, immediately after removing from the machine, may be subjected to further processing, such as milling. Another equally important factor in favour of this technology is its positive impact on the environment. UV inks do not emit harmful vapours, thus the products made by using this technique can successfully be used in the interiors of public utility buildings. And due to their durability, they are also perfectly suited for outdoor use.
Benefits of using the UV technology:
- all prints can be used for indoor applications
- very fast ink drying
- prints have richer colours and are resistant to UV radiation
- prints do not require any additional protection (e.g. lamination)
- very attractive in terms of price in large volumes
- faster and cheaper than screen printing in the case of a wide variety of graphics
Maximum print width of roll media – 500 cm.
Maximum panel thickness – 9.5 cm.
LATEX – an absolute novelty in the field of large format printing designed by HP. Environment-friendly water-based (odour-free) inks. It is the only method of digital printing with a “Nordic Swan” certificate, which confirms that the product is environmentally friendly, so it is a completely safe solution for interior use. Latex ink prints may come into contact with food and can be used where scent is important – apartments, houses, shops, points of sale, shopping malls and even playgrounds, kindergartens, and hospitals.
Benefits of using the latex technology:
- much higher print resolution and vivid colours producing perfect images
- perfectly odourless and completely safe solution for interiors
- possibility to print both proven roll materials and specially prepared environmentally-friendly materials
- it is not harmful for the environment
- uses renewable and natural materials
- does not require seasoning before use
- good price/quality ratio
Maximum print width of roll media – 260 cm.
DDISPERSE DYE (direct print on textiles) – this technology uses environmentally friendly water-based inks with absolutely zero emissions of organic compounds. Prints on polyester materials are characterised by a wide range of colours and a high saturation. Textile products will be increasingly replacing traditional advertising media printed in other technologies. Textiles are lighter and can be folded or rolled up, thus lowering the transport and storage costs. They can be reused, washed and cleaned, which once again proves the cost-effectiveness of such a solution. Due to the use of odourless inks and ecological materials, textile products are environmentally friendly. Their another advantage is safety – these textiles have B1 and B2 certificates, therefore they do not pose a fire threat and can be used in public utility premises.
Benefits of using the dispersion technology:
- environmentally-friendly and odourless water-based inks
- textiles can be washed and reused
- low weight of the media to be printed
- easy to transport and store
- printing on materials with fire resistance certificates
Maximum print width of roll media – 320 cm.
ECO-SOLVENT – modified printing technology on inkjet plotters, in which the typical solvent inks are replaced by less harmful eco-solvent inks (lower concentration of organic compounds). These inks bind strongly with the printed substrate, deeply penetrating its structure. As a result, they have good resistance to weather conditions and are abrasion-resistant while maintaining high-quality of print. This technology eliminates some of the biggest disadvantages of solvent printing.
Benefits of using the eco-solvent technology:
- binds strongly with the printed substrate
- the ability to print media without the loss of warm-up time
- the ability to print graphics in higher resolution
Maximum print width of roll media – 160cm.