Mimaki 5 Layer UV Printer
At the end of last year we announced that we had added two new Mimaki five-layer UV printers to our machinery inventory and we couldn’t be happier with the new scope of printing options we can offer to our clients.
The Healthy Grain recently took advantage of our five layer printing capabilities for a graphic on their conference room, throughout this design the logo is ‘positive’ on both sides of the glass i.e. no matter which side you are looking at no one is seeing the logo text in reverse.
It’s not just this kind of trickery that is achievable on a single piece of film that we love about these machines, the vibrancy of the colours, the range of colour density and their speed - Wow!
Contact Us today to discuss how five layer printing can enhance your next project!
To celebrate this months new design release, we thought we would show you an alternative way to create a impressive look within your office.
The “Custom Geometric” design is a combination of striped, solid and transparent shapes that can be manipulated to fit to any space. In this example it seamlessly flows from the wall through to glass and creates an impressive statement. Taking this approach through your fitout can potentially bring a room together and create a space that is visibly pleasing and leaves an impression on both clients and employees. This design is one of many of our designs that can be executed to flow from wall to glass without being too busy.
For more designs like this check out our Pinterest page!
A few months back you might have seen that we added not one but two new Mimaki 5 layer UV printers to our machinery inventory and we couldn’t be happier with the quality of the prints we’re getting out of them.
Five layer printing allows us the ability to print two contrasting colour schemes visible on opposing sides of the same print.
This means that for something like a Safety Decal, for example, you would be able to print one colour scheme to be visible from one side of the glass that complies with the 30% contrast to its back ground and a varied colour on the other side to achieve the same code compliance when visible from the other side of the glass.
Another good example would be an entry logo on a glass door - design your logo artwork to be viewed positively when your visitors enter the room as well as when they exit!
Creativity is the key to this new technology and we can’t wait to see how our clients embrace the challenge!