Insert details with white ink on colored paper, it provides a high visual impact, highly valued by advertising agencies and brands.
For the printed colors on transparent materials remain crisp, white ink is used as the basis for dull, and highlight the printed area.
It can be combined with digital printing (gold or silver) to get a connotation associated with luxury and elegance.
Digital printing with white ink effect produces a complaint ideal for commercial or intended to exhibit at crowded outlets and consumer work places, achieving a high visual impact.
The most used business applications are invitations, cards, packaging, business cards, sales brochures, printing on foils, etc. White ink is usually used on creative papers color, preferably dark tones.
The use of white ink can be combined with digital printing gold or silver metallic effects getting very original, differentiating design elements.
This finish is very common in invitations or flyer for a connotation associated with luxury, elegance and distinction. It can be printed on colored paper, causing interesting effects on the designs.
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Sirio Ultra Black
Syrian Pearl Platinum
Syrian Pearl Aurum
The white ink is used as a base layer images in CMYK to generate opacity on translucent or transparent materials, preventing the printed area is lost in opaque supports color or metallized polyester.
This option greatly improves print quality, and enhances the colors of the printed image on top of the white ink, so they are crisp.
At the time of placing your order through the Web, you can choose from a variety of media supporting white ink. In the PDF files, you send for printing, white ink must be identified as a spot color on a separate layer, with the option to overprint.
In the translucent or transparent materials, white ink is used to generate opacity, while highlighting the printed area. This feature is necessary to implement in designs that will be printed on translucent and transparent media such as vinyl, self- retaining polypropylenes, PVC roofing, etc. since crystals are often set on windows, so any backlight, could distort the impression.