Five-layer printing (CWBWC) is the technique of choice for producing double-sided blockout graphics on clear media on one side of the media. And it can be set up in EFI’s printer software and printed in a single pass.
Using the EFI™ VUTEk® GS3250x Pro hybrid printers’ multi-layer printing capabilities and VUTEk GSx CF Series inks for deep draw thermoforming, Shaun Lugton, EFI Applications Specialist, created the thermoformed automotive application sample pictured above, which features carbon fiber texture and a backlit logo. The multilayer feature on the VUTEk GS3250x Pro printer allows for up to three images to … Continue reading Applications that WOW! Turn the Ordinary into the Extraordinary with EFI’s Direct Digital UV Imaging for Deep Draw Thermoforming and Multilayer Technology
If you are considering purchasing or leasing new or used equipment or software before the end of the year, you need to know about important changes to the Section 179 Tax Deduction and how it can benefit your business.
Guest blogger, Stacy Keenan, Graphics Applications Specialist, EFI, discusses some creative uses of white and clear inks.
Guest blogger, Stacy Keenan, Graphics Applications Specialist, EFI, explains how backlit fabrics are not just for dye-sublimation. There are many great options available for UV printers as well.
Excerpt: Guest blogger, Stacy Keenan, Graphics Applications Specialist, EFI, shares an example of using EFI’s multi-layer and white ink technology to produce textured effects on wallcovering.
Guest blogger, Stacy Keenan, Graphics Applications Specialist, EFI, shares an example of an animated dual day/night backlit graphic application produced using EFI’s multi-layer and white ink technology.
Smart printers are adding wide-format applications to grow sales with existing customers, strengthen customer relationships and generate additional revenue. They’re also investing in wide-format devices to expand growth, improve efficiency and add capacity. To learn more, Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends recently surveyed more than 300 companies. Read the 5 key takeaways.
As inkjet printing technology gets progressively faster, the need for a more efficient and automated workflow increases – from faster job acquisition and file processing to more efficiently feeding media and offloading finished graphics to faster finishing by eliminating the need to jog sheets when they go from press to cutter.