Flatbed digital printers use ink made of acrylic monomers that are then exposed to strong UV-Light to cure. This process allows for the printing on a wide variety of surfaces such as wood, metal carpet, and even glass. The adjustable printing bed makes it possible to on surfaces ranging in thickness from a sheet of paper up to 60mm. Typically used for commercial applications (retails and event signage), flatbed printing is often a substitute for screen printing. Since no printing plates or silkscreens must be produced, digital printing technology allows shorter runs of signs produced economically.
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