In the production of advertising graphic materials, we use digital technologies that guarantee the greatest possible flexibility, the ability to print on various materials and that allow us to offer the shortest possible deadlines for orders. Printing technologies are diversified with reference to resistance to external conditions, maximum format of printed surface and available set of materials to be printed on.

  UV Print

This is a high quality painting technology using UV inks hardened by means of UV radiation. This technology provides the possibility to produce images of high quality with very high resistance to abrasion and UV radiation. The wide scope of materials to be printed on, from rolled out materials to flat ones, such as acrylic glass, PVC, HIPS, PET, dibond with a width up to 300 cm. Additional white dye enables printing on transparent or in-mass colour coated materials.

   Latex print

Scentless ecological print enabling exposition of printing in the interior of any kind. Perfect quality and durability of print. Deep colours thanks to highly pigmented ink. Resistant to light and water. Materials: paper, banner, self-adhesive film, backlight, photo wallpaper. Max. width of print: 250 cm.

   Direct sublimation print

This technology makes use of scentless and environmental friendly inks based on water. It is applied for prints on polyester materials (flags, fabrics banners, materials for interior designing). Print is heated in a furnace in the temperature of 170-200 ˚C, thus it is characterized by variety and great depth of colours and resistance to external conditions. Max. width of print: 320 cm.

   Eco-solvent print

It is based on the use of eco-solvent inks with lower concentration of organic compounds. These inks strongly bond with a printed material and deeply penetrate its structure. Thus, they are weather-proof and resistant to abrasion, while good quality of print is maintained. Max. width of print is 160 cm.

   Solvent print

Pigment solvent inks are used for this type of print (based on organic solvents). Its greatest advantage is high resistance to UV radiation, being weather-proof and high resistance to mechanical damage. Max. width of print on a rolled out material: 320 cm.

   Digital HP Indigo print

Dedicated to low volume production with very urgent deadlines. It provides the highest printing quality, comparable with offset quality. Thanks to the application of liquid Electroink, the printed layer cannot be palpated. HP Indigo enables printing on various materials, including ornamental, textured and film ones. Additional white dye enables printing on transparent and in-mass colour coated materials. Max. size of print: 310 x 435 mm.