An inkjet printer applies permanent full-colour graphics on plastic and rubber substrates. The ink is cured by ultraviolet light (UV) immediately after application. Used for:
The printer can print graphics onto customised promotional gifts, plastic business cards, membership cards, name badges, or mobile phone cases. It is used industrially for low-volume production of machine nameplates, and for printing logos and instructions onto plastic housings. It is also used by designers to create prototypes of packaging using production materials. Details:
The resolution is up to 1800 dpi and different ink variants are available, including a hard UV ink with high resistance to scratches and chemicals, and a flexible UV ink that can be stretched up to 200 percent during post-processing. All samples come with a laminated information card.