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Old 08 June 2013, 05:43   #1
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Flat Bed Printing

Hi all,

I am only posting this on here as I know there are people from all different professions posting on here. We have recently part invested in a flat bed printer. We are now able to print onto any flat surface, wood, perspex, glass, doors, tiles, anything with a flat surface.

I have attached some images for you to see, they consist of door image and zoomed in to show how the machine lays ink even in the recesses, a tile and also some Filofaxes we were printing onto the cover of yesterday.

The only stipulation is the max perimeters are 4ft x 8ft and max thickness of 48mm.

Anyway if you would like any prices or further information please feel free to get in touch.

All the best,


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Old 08 June 2013, 05:59   #2
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Very impressive - its always good to know what "technology" is out there

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Old 08 June 2013, 10:34   #3
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By coincidence I saw Richard today and he showed me a load of samples printed on all sorts of materials from glass to OSB. They all look great, and it handles textured surfaces with no problem at all.

There are a few projects I can think of where I wish I'd known about this! Being able to print durable full colour graphics straight onto 8x4 sheets of ply is brilliant.
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