we adopt novelties regularly
Novelties in the field of digital printing appear almost on a daily basis.
Not only in the area of printers and cutters themselves,
novelties also appear in the field of production materials and accompanying equipment
We follow novelties on the international market, and if they appear suitable for our market, we test them and finally apply them to our partners.
We currently work with the following technologies:
UV digital printing (abbreviation for ultraviolet) is a
digital printing technology that uses ultraviolet light
for drying or hardening the ink while printing. While the printer head distributes
ink onto the surface of the material (called the "substrate"),
specially designed UV lights follow the head, drying or curing the ink instantly.
DTG printing (abbreviation for Direct-to-garment )
is a process of printing on textiles using a specialized
technology based on water ink. DTG printers usually have
a roller designed to hold a garment in a fixed position while
the printer head prints or sprays ink onto the textile.
Sublimation printing (lat. sublimare)
is a digital printing technology that uses heat to
transfer ink to materials such as plastic, cardboard,
paper or fabric. Ink is first applied to
a special base film from which it is further transmitted
via a thermal press on the final material.
In this way, the ink changes its aggregate state and as such
the ink permanently binds to the fibers of the final material.
DTF printing (abbreviation for Direct-to-garment Transfer)
is a technology similar to DTG printing with the difference that
the motive is first printed on a special film that is afterwards directly transferred to the fabric.
The main advantage is the possibility of application on almost any fabric (polyester, cotton, silk,
synthetic fibers, etc.).
Solvent based printing uses inks
based on drying solvents. It is used for printing on substrates such as flexible vinyl,
self-adhesive vinyl and posters.