Direct to substrate printing allows an image to be printed directly onto a variety of materials. In the past, coupling an image with substrates such as metals, plastics, vinyl, and other materials required a separate adhesive to be applied to the piece. Direct to substrate printing makes it possible for an image to print directly onto these materials, breeding a new relationship between design and delivery.
Materials available for direct to substrate printing and die-cutting include: Coroplast (corrugated plastic), foamcore (paper coupled with a foam center), styrene, expanded PVC, ultraboard (styrene coupled with a foam center), aluminum composite panel (aluminum, polyethylene core board), aluminum, polycarbonate, and acrylic.
Here at Grand Image, Inc., we offer the widest array of possibilities in direct to substrate printing because our clients demand versatility and innovative products. Unsure which application best fits your needs? We welcome you to contact us or take advantage of a FREE price quote today!