Sharp Text, Exceptional Detail
The LightJet 430 image quality is superior to competitive photo printers because it's imaging technology ensures a constant pixel size, shape and intensity over the entire image. Media is held stationary within a precision internal drum, while a spinning mirror directs laser light to expose reflective and backlit photographic material.
True Continuous Tone
Using red, green and blue lasers, the LightJet 430 achieves true continuous-tone photographs without visible dots. Inkjet and electrostatic printers, which simulate photo quality with half-tone dot patterns, would need to image at 4000 dpi to duplicate the same image crispness, highlights and shadow detail. LightJet 430 digital photo printers set the standard for backlit displays.
Ultimate Color Fidelity
The LightJet 430 design incorporates advanced laser technology to optimize color range and color resolution. Its 36-bit color space, capable of producing 68 billion colors, ensures optimum control over the light source to reproduce color with perfect fidelity. In comparison, other photo printers are limited to 24 bits or 16.7 million colors.
We mainly print vuteks for outdoor use. They can be used for a variety of promotional material including:
- Billboards Vehicle Graphics
- Point-of-Purchase Advertising
- Bus Shelters Banners and Signage
- Bus Wraps Posters
- Wall Murals Exhibition Graphics
- Long-Term Outdoor Graphics
- Backlit Displays
- Stage Graphics Display Graphics
- Flags Fleet Graphics
Vuteks can print on a wide variety of substrates, including vinyl, pressure sensitive, paper, mesh and textiles. They can print up to 10.5 feet in width. 720 dpi resolution produces images that are sharp, crisp and consistent.
Screen Printing, sometimes referred to as silk screen printing, has its origins in Asia where inks or pigments were passed through silk mesh to transfer an image.
Today the mesh is a variety of synthetic materials using photosensitive chemicals and exposure to high intensity lights. The advantage of screen printing over offset printing is the almost any surface can be printed including metal, vinyls, wood, glass, acrylics, plastics, and heavy paper stock. Another advantage of Screen Printing is it is often very economical in smaller quantities over conventional offset printing.
Also screen printing is ideal for very large format printing in sizes not available in offset printing.
We have two inkjet that can print 600dpi quality. These are digital printers that use water based inks. It is for this reason that we recommend lamination or encapsulation on all of our inkjet prints. The Inkjets can print up to 60" wide and on a varitey of media.
An inkjet printer is a type of computer printer that creates a digital image by propelling droplets of ink onto paper. Inkjet printers are the most commonly used type of printer and range from small inexpensive consumer models to very large professional machines that can cost up to thousands of dollars. The concept of inkjet printing originated in the 19th century, and the technology was first extensively developed in the early 1950s.
The emerging ink jet material deposition market also uses inkjet technologies, typically printheads using piezoelectric crystals, to deposit materials directly on substrates.