DIRECT-TO-SUBTSTRATE IMAGING PROCESS
This new process can produce a wide gamut of color in a timely and
affordable manner by having the ability to print photo-quality images
all at once, eliminating the need for silk-screening and color epoxy filling.
It can be used for a variety of materials which include metal, acrylic, glass, and wood that have either a flat or detailed surface. Your product can also be printed in a matte or glossy finish for added variety. This imaging technique allows multiple pieces to be printed at a time with accuracy bringing both consistency and cost-efficiency to your product line.