• Wide range of applications
  • Print directly onto the surface
  • Exceptionally brilliant colours
  • Always a high-quality result
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With UV printing, there is no need to print onto film and mount the film on a base. Printing can be done at high speed, while adhering to all quality standards and remaining environmentally friendly as well as being practically odourless. Compared to traditional printers, the solutions offered by UV printers are novel and more versatile, and allow printing directly onto various materials.

UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultraviolet radiation – UV lights – to cure ink. In newer generation printers, this is achieved through LED technology. The entire process from inserting the ink into the printer to drying it on the substrate is carefully controlled by the printer. The choice of materials suitable for UV printing is practically limitless. Suitable materials include acrylic, PVC, KAPA, metal, wood, glass, etc. The printer can handle materials with dimensions of up to 3100x2100x50 mm. These dimensions enable us to print directly onto large substrates that have previously seemed infeasible. If a material should prove demanding towards the ink, the substrate is treated with a special substance called a primer. The printer uses the classic CMYK colour model and can also use white ink as an additional option. This option provides a brilliant outcome even on multi-coloured substrates.

The quality we can offer largely depends on the specific work file and the desired solution. At higher speeds, even a resolution of 300×450 dpi will yield an excellent result, but where it needs to be especially fine the printer can also print using a resolution of 1200×1200 dpi – this is slower, but will provide optimal quality. The fields and solutions where UV printing can be used are extremely widespread. Although advertising remains its main application, UV printing is also being used increasingly in interior design, for example. This includes wall panels, doors, glass kitchen splashbacks, etc. Therefore, if you have a baseplate you would like to decorate with a quality text or photo print, UV printing is the ideal solution for you. If all this seems too good to be true, do not hesitate to contact us for further details.


Light panels

Printing directly onto light box and light panel fronts

Since UV printing applies 50% more colours than traditional printing, the result is rich and brilliant.

Opal glass and backlit film are the most widely used materials. Glass surfaces are advised to be laminated.

Milled logos

Milled logos no longer need to be monochrome or covered with a visible photo film.

If needed, we can print directly on logos or letters no matter the material.

We can mill the entire logo for you and mount it on the wall as well.

Photo panels

Printing directly onto a hard substrate

The most widely used materials are KAPA, cardboard, PVC, and aluminium composite panels.

Some materials are designed for indoor use, others for outdoor use. If in doubt, check with us.

Laminating is recommended.

Furniture parts

UV printing can be done directly onto furniture parts, mirrors, and other flat interior design materials.

Kitchen surfaces

Bring us your kitchen splashback glass and your desired file. We will print a mirror image of the file on the back of the glass.

This results in a unique and distinctive interior design element. Unlimited applications in interior design.

Safety signs

The most widely used materials are plastic, PVC, and aluminium composite panels.

If needed, safety signs can also use custom shapes and be laminated.

Suitable for outdoor use.

Building information boards

Printing directly onto the substrate

The most widely used materials are BIP and PVC boards and aluminium composite panels.

Since this is short-term advertising, lamination is not essential, but still recommended.

Logo panels

Printing directly onto the substrate

The most widely used materials are BIP and PVC boards and aluminium composite panels.

For repeated use, we recommend laminating the surfaces.

Information boards

Printing directly onto the substrate

The most widely used materials are BIP and PVC boards and aluminium composite panels.

Printed surfaces are recommended to be laminated.