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Printing on boards

Dibond, PVC, HIPS sheet, plexiglass, DISPA, polypropylene channel plate or maybe re-board? You wish to make information boards, markings, boardsigns, outdoor advertising and you wonder which material to choose?

Let us help you with this! We print on many flat materials every day and we know how to choose them to suit your needs. We print in the highest quality UV LED technology, with the possibility of applying an additional white color. We perfectly cut to the ordered format, mill to shape, drill holes, eyelet, and bend them. We carefully pack and hand over to you the finished product. Take a look at the flat materials which we print on most often, and if you have not found a solution for yourself, send us a message. We will look for something special for you!

Dibond

An aluminum composite sheet, commonly known as a Dibond, is nothing more than a multi-layered material, covered with aluminum on the outside and filled with polyethylene on the inside. This combination gives a very durable printing medium, lightweight and stiff, resistant to weather conditions. The most frequently used thicknesses are 2 or 3 mm. It is worth knowing that Dibond is available in many color variants, also with a brushed coating, which gives an inox effect after printing.

What can Dibond be used for? First of all, we print information boards, markings, charts and signboards on it, measuring even 2 × 4 m. Moreover, Dibond is perfect for processing, since you can cut out any shape from it.

PVC board

Foamed PVC is one of the most commonly used printing substrates in advertising. It is white, light, and at the same time stiff and resistant to weather conditions. They are available in several formats of ready-made boards, measuring even 2 × 4 m, which we will perfectly cut for you to the ordered size or mill them in any shape. Additionally, foamed PVC is available in many thicknesses, from 1 mm to 20 mm, and even in various colors.

What can foamed PVC be used for? There are many applications, ranging from information boards, boardsigns, markings, charts, to stands, decorative elements, construction of exhibition stands or shop windows.

Plexiglass

Plexiglass is an acrylic glass, which successfully replaces ordinary glass. It is an extremely durable material, resistant to scratches and harmful effects of weather conditions. Although being available in many colors, the most often selected for printing are transparent and white plates, with a thickness of 1 mm to even 25 mm.

Plexiglass can be freely printed, milled, laser cut or thermoformed. In printing, transparent or white plexiglass is most frequently used for information boards, markings, boardsigns, stands, spatial letters, as well as illuminated boxes or decorative elements.

HIPS board

What does HIPS stand for? High-impact polystyrene plates – sounds complicated, but it means a material for printing with various thicknesses, from 0.5 mm to 4 mm, stiff and durable, which can also be used for outdoor. Most often we print on white plates, in a matte or glossy finish, but HIPS is also available in many color variants.

What can be printed on HIPS? Information boards, markings or boardsigns. Thanks to its properties, HIPS can be thermoformed very well, therefore it can also be used to make standies, stands or POS materials.

DISPA

It is a board made entirely of paper, extremely light and stiff. DISPA has the structure of corrugated cardboard with a thickness of 3.8 mm. It is ideally white and smooth, a great solution for UV printing. The boards come in several sizes, making it possible to print large formats, even 1.5 × 3 m. DISPA is 100% recyclable, and because of its properties and ecological advantages, it is worth choosing as a substitute for foamed PVC or Kapa.

Where will DISPA work? DISPA can be used to make ceiling advertisements, indoor billboards, markings, posters, stands and POS materials.

PP channel board

Polypropylene channel board is a material frequently used in printing. Its structure is a bit like corrugated cardboard, what should be kept in mind because it is slightly visible on the plate’s flat surface. Polypropylene channel board is extremely light, very resistant to moisture and mechanical damage. It will be perfect both outdoors and indoors.

What can hollow polypropylene channel board be used for? We mainly print outdoor advertising or information boards on it. Thanks to the hollow structure, polypropylene can be creased or eyeleted, what we use, among others, in the processing of v-boards.

Hard films

The choice of hard non-adhesive films is very wide: from thin sheets made of PVC, to polypropylene or PET. In addition, non-adhesive films are available in many finishing options: matte, semi-matte, gloss and colors, as well as in a transparent version. The most common choice for printing are white or transparent hard films, with a thickness of 0.2 mm to 0.8 mm. They are resistant to weather conditions, lightweight and durable.

What can be printed on rigid films? Most often these are small signs, labels, tags, business cards, pendants and wobblers, but hard films are also a good material for POS elements or posters, if someone is looking for a more durable base surface than paper.

Re-board

Re-board is a honeycomb cardboard. This is the structure that makes the re-board very durable, stiff and lightweight. Available in two thicknesses, 10 or 16 mm, in white or brown. The re-board is 100% recyclable, and the characteristic honeycomb structure is visible on the edges of the boards, what strengthens the ecological advantages of the product.

What to use re-board for? It is worth choosing as an ecological substitute for foamed PVC and printing on it indoor boards, suspended advertisements, POS materials, stands, fair arrangements, cut letters, and even make shelves from it.

Kapa

Light and stiff foamboard with a polyurethane core, commonly called Kapa, covered with a cardboard cladding on the outside, the white of which helps to bring out the colors during printing. Kapa is a lightweight replacement for foamed PVC, which will work indoors for short-term implementations. Several board thicknesses from 3 mm to 10 mm are available, as well as several cladding variants, including canvas-like cladding.

What can be printed on the foamboard? Kapa is a perfect material for printing art presentations, projects, visual concepts, photos, posters or exhibition materials. It will also work well as a carrier of indoor advertising boards.

Glass

The glass print is an interesting decorative finish for interiors. It is worth knowing that the printing is made in a mirror image, from the side that will be adjacent to the wall or other base surface, thanks to which the glass can be cleaned from the outside. In addition, we use white underprint to give graphics an intense, saturated colors, and the substrate to which the glass will be attached does not show through the print.

Decorative elements for interior design are most often printed on tempered glass with smooth edges. Importantly, we also accept customers’ glass for printing!

Wood

We print in the highest quality directly on wood: plywood, OSB boards, furniture fronts, countertops, HDF, up to a thickness of 45 mm, in full CMYK colors, white or with additional white under the graphics, to prevent the wood background showing through the print. The print is permanent and does not require additional lamination.

What can be printed on wood? Most frequently these are individual interior design projects, family photographs, furniture fronts or signboards, as well as elements of exhibition stands or shop displays.

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