UV - prints

With our sheet and roll printing machine Nyala, we can print plates of up to 3 m wide, 4 m long and 5 cm thick. Fabrics and foils up to 2,5 m wide and 50 m long.

Print resolution is from 360dpi - 1080dpi with 9-42 picoliter in 6c, white, varnish and with adhesion primer.

Sign systems, display panels, stretch fabrics, wood, acrylic and single-pane safety glass in high-resolution photo quality, in all motifs, be it pictures, texts or graphics, almost any surface is printable.

We finish your prints in the correct format with a milling and cutting machine. For acrylic glass we use a 200 watt laser system to give the sign and glass a high gloss finish.

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UV - printing on glass

Glass is printed on it’s reverse side. A primer is used for better grip. A black barrier layer is printed in order to avoid lateral light irradiation when glass is adhered to one another. UV prints must not be subjected to permanent weathering.

UV - printing on acrylic glass

The thicker the clear acrylic glass, the more brilliant the prints appear behind it. In order to achieve a clear colour reproduction, the 6c print is underlaid with a printed white base. Acrylic glass prints are preferred when specific contour cuts are required, e.g. for trophies and displays.

UV - printing on composite panels

Composite materials, aluminium plates with plastic core and the new fire protection class B1 are ideal for UV printing. They are already pre-coated with polyester lacquer which give the prints many years of excellent adhesion. The plates are stable, light and easily machinable. Brushed aluminium sheets which haven’t been pre-printed with white, give beautiful metallic effects.

UV - printing on aluminium

Printing on anodised aluminium requires a primer. But the surface is not scratch-resistant yet. Further protection is obtained by applying a final coat of varnish to the prints.
In addition, aluminium always requires a printed, underlaid white base in order to be able to print coloured motifs.

UV printing on plastic

The majority of plastics such as PVC and PP etc. can be easily printed on. However, certain factors need to be taken into consideration when rework such as bending, milling or deep drawing takes place. Signage such as construction site signage for promotional purposes can be produced cost effectively on plastic. Advantages of PVC is that by using thicknesses of up to 0,5 mm, the material is very elastic and flexible.

UV - printing on self-adhesive films

Printed films have a wide variety of applications, for example on vehicles, machinery, equipment, glass surfaces, displays and of course signs. There is a vast colour range with various adhesive properties available. A very wide application area is the wrapping of glass surfaces as visual and view protection or as visual identification such as glass emergency doors and solid glass surfaces in public places.

UV - printing on textiles

Fabrics are printed from the roll and then cut to form. Depending on the application, for example, fabrics which require aluminium tenter frames have an rubber beading sewn in. Other fabrics are equipped with self-adhesive tapes and can be adhered directly.

UV printing on wood

The beauty of printing on wood with UV ink is that the wood grain and annual-rings and all of its natural impression are preserved. It is of upmost importance when printing wood, that the wood panels have a even surface.

3D UV - printing

As a 3D print, we refer to prints that are constructed in a relief form (embossed). Usage for this is visual reasons, or specifically as a tactile structure. 

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