Backlit graphics printing allows you to create unique and attractive advertising messages to be placed in illuminated boxes. Backlight is a translucent type of media that is characterized by the ability to transmit light, making printed images bright and expressive when backlit. Printing illuminated graphics on a backlight is a promotional method that effectively attracts the recipient’s attention. Illuminated graphics have juicy and deeply saturated colors guaranteeing the highest print quality.
Backlit film 210 mic
Backlit 210 mic rigid polyethylene film is the material most often chosen for the production of backlit graphics. It is characterized by a translucent surface structure, thanks to which, when illuminated from behind, it perfectly disperses the light source. A special printing mode makes the highlighted colors exceptionally intense.
Backlit banner 510g
A milky, high-quality vinyl banner designed for printing illuminated graphics, which is dedicated to outdoor exposure. It is characterized by a translucent surface structure, thanks to which, when illuminated from behind, it perfectly disperses the light source. The material can be printed in single-sided mode or with a special additional underprint on the illuminated side, which allows you to achieve a “day & night” effect.
Backlit Samba fabric 195g
Polyester fabric coated with a layer of PVC dedicated to the production of illuminated graphics in light boxes. It is characterized by a translucent surface structure, so when illuminated from behind it perfectly disperses the light source. A special printing mode makes the highlighted colors exceptionally intense. Backlight Samba is a fabric often used for display in “smart aluminum frame” aluminum profiles. Installation is done using a sewn-in silicone tape, the so-called kedra.
HIPS Opal 2 mm
HIPS Opal is a translucent board made of high-impact polystyrene. It is a stiff, hard and homogeneous board that enjoys constant popularity as an element of printed POS advertising graphics. HIPS Opal is completely resistant to moisture.
Acrylic Opal 3 mm
Opal acrylic glass, i.e. the so-called plexiglass or PMMA, is a substrate with many advantages and applications. Acrylic in the opal version is a translucent board most often chosen as a substrate for the production of illuminated signs, backlight prints, information or advertising boards, and fronts for illuminated light boxes.