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When it comes to lighting, you will quickly come across a multitude of technical terms. PIXLIP offers a brief overview of the most important terms, units and sizes, which we have summarised and explained in detail for our customers.show more
To be able to create optimal print data, it is advisable to know and understand some of the technical terms from printing technology and optimisation.show more
Print Light UV
|The classic Print Light UV
is the absolute market standard and is one of the most used textile variants.
UV printing is considered particularly environmentally friendly as it contains no volatile organic substances. The ink is cured with ultraviolet (UV) light directly after being applied to the surface of the textile. The ink forms a satin finish on the fabric. This process enables razor-sharp and brilliant textile prints. The UV curing enables a high strength of the print and offers protection against yellowing and is therefore also suitable for outdoor use
|The Print Block UV is the printable version of the Blockout and is intended for non-backlit light boxes. In the absence of backlighting, the print has an intensive effect and loses none of its colour intensity. The densely woven fabric of the Print Block UV is opaque and therefore has a darkening effect. When folded, the prints can also be stored in a space-saving way and transported at low cost.|
Print light SUB
|With the new PRINT LIGHT SUB, PIXLIP offers a new alternative to classic UV printing. Until now, the so-called sublimation process on coated materials was known for the phenomenon of ink migration, in which the ink tended to migrate after printing to areas on the substrates where it should not.
With PRINT LIGHT SUB, ink migration is now a thing of the past. With our new sublimation technology, razor-sharp prints and convincing colour results can be achieved in the future.