UV digital printing process: advantages and functionality

How does UV digital printing work?

We also print your front membranes, signs or stickers us­ing the UV digital printing process. UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultra-violet light to dry and cure ink as it is printed. Digital print­ing offers absolute design flexibility regarding layout creation: color gradients and photo-realistic motifs are its strengths! In ad­di­tion, digi­tal printing does not require films or screens, which reduces the one-time costs and processing time. 

Advantages of UV digital printing process

Strengths of digital printing are screen gradients and high resolution

Gradation and photo-realistic picture printing

Digital printing allows for virtually all and even very un­usual designs to be processed. Complex gradation and fine lines do not represent a prob­lem. High resolution and four-ink printing technology ensure ex­cel­lent quality and photo-realistic results.


UV hardening inks

Application of UV hardening inks bestows upon printing products ex­cel­lent weather durability and scratch-re­sis­tance. The UV inks are dried during the printing process by means of UV light. This erad­i­cates tedious drying times and the printed materials can immediately be processed.

Weatherproof and scratch resistant with UV digital printing technology

Stickers produced by UV digital printing

Small numbers of copies and building prototypes

Due to the reduced number of interim steps and a high de­gree of au­toma­tion digital printing a small number of copies remains economical. Various printing possibilities are available including white background printing, UV gloss and matt finishes, key embossing, ad­he­sive lam­i­na­tion, pre-cutting and customised techniques.



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