DDP Wide Format
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Types of Wide Format Inks
This type of ink use water as a carrier for colored powder (powder) pigment or dye. Aqueous inks are usually used on canvas and paper
Solvent / Eco-Solvent
This type of ink use solvent instead of water as organic compound. This inks are less expensive and use mostly on uncoated substance such as vinyl’s and outdoor displays.
Latex ink are pigment-based water polymer and is heat-fusing type which allows you to print on a un-coated base.
UV curable inks are type of ink that needs curing process once printed. A UV light source is needed in the process, once the print is cured, the print is completely dry.
Dye-sublimation ink uses specially designed ribbon to hold solid inks. The process of dye-sublimation uses electrically heated element to produce image.
Direct to Film (DTF)
Direct to film is a process that usually print image on a special film and transfer it into a cotton or ploy blend fabric using heat-press mechanism.