Pictorem is using UV Printing technique on Digital Grade Acrylic with superior fade resistance for museum quality printing.
Print Technology & Process
Printed by UV Cured ink and 6 print heads with 3 staggered configuration at 1200dpi configuration.
2 units of unique highly-accurate linear scales controlled by IMS have been equipped, for fine step accuracy and dot placement. This results in far less banding artifacts and even the possibility to print legible 2 pt characters.
* Characters may be illegible depending on the media.
(IMS = Intelligent Microstepping System)
Pictorem implements printing with generating passes, using a gradational mask pattern, the UV curing is performed more gradually and it diminishes the appearance of bandings.
Pictorem prints at 1200 x 1200 optimized dpi
Variable drops function provides 3 different drop sizes at once. The minimum size is amazingly 4 pico-litter drop and produces smooth and natural gradation
The color components of the ink are directly cured and adhered to the media or substrate by UV radiation, and the ink emits very low levels of VOC (volatile organic carbon).
The LED (light-emitting diode) light does not radiate short wavelengths that generate ozone. Use of Mimaki UV-curable ink demonstrates consciousness about the environment and the health of users.
Printed on Opticaly pure Digital Grade Acrylic sheet ( 1/8 to 3/16 thick )
Superior Clarity - Being a crystal clear sheet, it maximizes visual impact.
igital print's shows the superior adhesion properties optimal ink adhesion to that of standard acrylic after being cross hatched. This provides additional durability in handling, shipping, and installation.
Min & Max Dimension
8" x8" to 96"x60"
low-VOC ink and ozone-free LED–UV light
Use, Care & maintenance
Always use a very soft microfiber or damp cloth.
Does not require a special cleaner and any non-ammonia cleaner such as Windex can be used