UV Printing is a digital printing process that uses ultra-violet light to cure the ink as it is printed. This process is incredibly versatile and is suitable for a wide variety of applications including fine art reproduction, signage, graphics displays, and much more. This technology gives you control over the print quality, color density, and finish.
As the printer distributes the ink onto the substrate, specially designed UV lights follow behind and cure the ink almost instantly. Because of this rapid curing process individual dots of wet ink do not get a chance to spread or soak into the substrate. This results in detailed and vibrant prints. UV curing also allows us to print directly onto nontraditional materials like acrylic, glass, and wood – virtually any substrate up to 2″ thick. In addition, UV cured inks are weather-resistant and resistant to fading. Most importantly, UV inks are low VOC and contain no solvents for a lower environmental impact.
- Brilliant acrylic glass adds physical depth and intensifies the color.
- The image looks especially vivid and elegant with UV-ink printing on Acrylic.
- Acrylic has exceptional archival qualities. It can be acid-free, and it can filter out as much as 99% of harmful UV rays that can damage and discolor artwork over time.
Does UV printing fade?
With UV curable ink, the ink isn't absorbed by the material, like CMYK printing, so there's no smudging and no need for additional costly coatings. Another great thing about UV cured inks is that they are weather-resistant and are not prone to fading like canvas or paper.
- Our Brand " Icrylicx":
- Icrylicx UV Printing for Luminous Colors and Depth
- Available in custom sizes ::
- 30x60", 48x96"
- Contact us for pricing.
- Made in USA:
- Orlando, Florida