Inkjet printers require a certain distance between the inkjet print head and the substrate to create desired print quality.
UV DTF printing by JF-2418UV allows you to directly transfer the printed image to substrates without the limitation of the thickness and uneven surface.
This month, the GCC JF-2418UV application laboratory specially introduces the technical application of DTF (Direct-to-Film) on glass and ceramic creamer pot.
This time, the GCC JF-240UV Showcase in the hot foil stamping application works together with JF-240 and the ink overlay technique is introduced by overlaying primer coat on the hot foil stamping before applying finishing color.
The GCC JF-240UV digital printer integrates the foil sleeking application, which produces color printing first, then applies the ink overlap technique to print primer on designated areas and finally add foil sleeking to perfectly create high added value.
The conventional way of producing replica paintings is a tedious process through the hand of a highly skillful artist to ensure the value of the work.
The EZRotary attachment has the ability to handle 360 degrees printing on curved surfaces of vacuum insulated bottles, mugs, conical containers and many more.
On top of supreme efficiency, one will also be offered a piece that presents the surface gloss and overall impression he or she expects as graphic design software programs are perfect at simulating the brush strokes and effects of the original work.
The GCC Inkjet Application Lab of the month brings you the application of membrane switch panels.
The GCC Inkjet Application Lab of the month is glad to introduce to you the application of PVC cards.
GCC JF-240UV’s ink layering technology increases the versatility of ADA signs and shows the subtleness of products, presenting the design and style of the perfect combination of Braille signs and colors.
ADA signs built through ink layering technology are signs with “raised” printing effect that have come into common use in signs, elevators and many more, benefiting individuals who are blind and visually impaired, ensuring their safety and security.