Which technology is the best?

There is no “one-size-fits-all” solution as every is designed for various applications and materials. Therefore, we use various printing technologies in order to fulfill every standard and non-standard order.


Latest printing technology odor-free, water-based inks with high resistance to scratches and exceptional image quality. Stands out excellent color fidelity and detail of prints as well as longer life of printed materials. The big advantage are odourless prints which allows to use materials in the interiors. The maximum width of printing materials 3,2m.



UV – high quality digital printing using UV inks hardened with UV radiation. This technology ensures high quality images characterized by excellent resistance to abrasion and UV radiation. A wide range of materials for printing, from roll materials to flat materials, such as Plexiglas, glass, PVC or Dibond with width up to 500 cm and 2,5m for roll materials.


This technology uses odourless, environmentally-friendly water-based inks. It is used for printing on polyester materials, mainly flags, textile banners and interior decorations materials. It offers a wide colour range and high saturation. Prints on textiles are becoming more and more popular due to their low weight, easy transportation and installation.



This technology uses pigment solvent inks (based on organic solvents). The greatest advantage of this technology is the high resistance to UV light, weather conditions including ultraviolet radiation (UV), as well as excellent resistance to mechanical damage. The maximum width of roll materials for printing is 500 cm.