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Ink coverage

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by Centro Graphics, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. Centro Graphics

    Centro Graphics Member

    Jul 9, 2012
    Los Angeles
    Hey Fellas/Gals

    We have a project of clear perspex signs with logos to rear of panels.

    There are signs already insitu, we are changing all the logos and content. The current info is direct to sub print or possibly on optically clear film then applied to clear perspex.

    There is no back up to the logos so its just (a colour) to face, no white, no etch effect just ink.

    The opacity is quite good on these, but I know for a fact our JV33 wont get to that opacity on a single pass, and I think to small to try medalling with a two pass process.

    Does anyone know if latex will print with more opacity than solvent on a single pass?

    Any guidance appreciated


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