UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultraviolet lights to dry or cure ink as it is printed. As the printer distributes ink on the surface of a material (called a “substrate”), specially designed UV lights follow close behind, curing – or drying – the ink instantly. Originally developed for quickly drying gel nail polishes during manicures, ultraviolet light applications quickly expanded into industrial and commercial markets.
Textile Backlit printing
Combination of Digital printed textile fabrics along with Aluminum extrusion profiles with wide variety of applications for front and back lit applications. Digital textile printing is one of the fastest growing segments of digital print.
- 100% Polyester textile fabrics imported from Germany.
- Environment friendly, wrinkle free, completely recyclable and flame retardant.
- Silicon strip duty stitched on all 4 borders of the fabric banner printed, for easy mount on aluminum profiles.
UV printing is a digital printing technology that allows you to print on different surfaces such as plastic, metal, paper stocks, and even golf balls. It uses ultraviolet light to cure the UV inks during the printing process. This curing process takes almost instantly, making it fast and your end product ready to go. It works best on flat surfaces but, unlike other printing methods, it can print on non-flat surfaces such as balls, mugs, and even wood.