Our UV flat bed inkjet printer can print on both rigid substrates and roll media.
Doors, Floors, and Walls
Imagelab’s Durst Rho presents opportunities to enhance and decorate any environment or setting with high impact graphics.
We can print direct to doors, table-tops, or any other flat surface up to 50mm in depth. Imagelab can help with floor graphics, and can print a variety of substrates for decorating any wall, or covering it entirely.
Corrugated Iron Prints
Corrugated iron presents an absolutely unique visual effect for images, graphics and signage.
Print directly to our mini corrugated iron at almost any size. Just let us know the size, provide the imagery, and we can do the rest.
Acrylic and Glass Printing
Print to the reverse of acrylic or glass.
You can elect to over-print with white ink, or leave your graphic partially transluscent depending on the effect you want to achieve.
Roll Media Printing
In addition to rigid substrates, we can print to a huge range of roll media.
- A variety of high-quality giclée photographic papers
- Self adhesive vinyls
- PVC vinyl banners
- Backlit Media
Other Rigid Substrates
We can print onto a variety of common (and not-so-common) materials. Below is a list of the more common ones. If you want to print on something not on the list just contact us. We can probably do it!
Print direct to ACM
This is a robust and versatile substrate that can be used indoors or outdoors – for graphics, artworks or signage. It is available in a range of finishes including white, black, silver, brushed silver, and brushed gold.
Print direct to plywood and timber substrates. Let the grains and textures come through for a unique and natural look.
Print direct to palite
This is a foamed PVC substrate available in 2mm, 3mm 4mm and 6mm sheets. It is an ideal solution for indoor graphics and signage – from mini to massive.
Print direct to corflute
The ideal cost-efficient solution for stunning, life-sized outdoor and indoor graphics.
Print to Wood
Print Direct to plywood, embracing the grain and texture that it provides for a truly unique look.
From the raw surface of eco-ply to the light and even grain of a birch ply, this substrate, together with its many options, offers huge opportunities for both graphics and décor.