One of the appeals of UV printing is that it can be used to print on a wide range of materials and products. In fact, this printing method can be used to print on almost any material excluding waterproofed and oil-surfaced materials.

  1. Wood

UV printers can be used to print directly onto wood and wooden products, from photo frames and drumsticks through to doors and tables.

  1. Glass

UV printers can print onto glass surfaces, ranging from bottles to window panes. Primer layers are often used when UV printing onto glass.

  1. Canvas

UV printers can print designs onto canvas, creating quirky tote bags and clothing and cherished memories

  1. Ceramic

This printing technique is often used to print on ceramics, including tiles and ornaments. A primer is often used when UV printing on ceramics.

  1. Leather

UV inks are flexible, meaning they can print on leather as well as leather alternatives. This means UV printing can be used on leather bags, clothing and interiors.

  1. Metal

UV printing technique can be used onto metal, including everything from pet tags and accessories to water bottles and drinks packaging.

Benefits of UV Printing

  1. Print on most materials

UV printing is better for environment because no solvent are released into the air, helping your businesses reduce its emission. You also can print on nonporous materials like plastic, glass and metals.

  1. Quicker than conventional printing

You no longer need to wait for the ink to dry, as the UV ink dries through photochemical process. It’s almost instantaneous so you can get more done in less time.

  1. Vibrant finish

UV printing often provides a more vibrant finish, as the UV lights give the ink no time to soak into the paper. Photorealistic printing is more than achievable, so whether you’re creating an external sign or a stack of beautiful business cards, your customers are sure to be pleased with final result.

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