For the first time ever, visitors to Maison & Objet (M&O), will be able to see first-hand how they can create high-quality wallcoverings using digital print technology.
With any innovative technology, it can initially take time before we recognise and acknowledge its full potential. Think about the introduction of the iPad in 2010. At the time, everyone wondered what they would do with such an oversized iPhone, but since then, more than 350 million iPads have been sold — a multiple of that of tablet computers from other brands. In 2010, it was difficult to recognise the broad number of uses for the tablet, and in 2018, we see the same thing in digital printing for decoration of homes and businesses. The essence of the technology is clear, but what can you actually use it for? Focusing on a few inspiring examples of innovative digital print applications has the ability to drive a revolution in the field of interior decoration. Here are five tips to get you started.
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The new solution enables graphics producers, sign-makers and décor service providers to use an Océ Arizona flatbed printer to print multiple layers, resulting in printed effects that mimic textured surfaces, embossing, metallic accents and raised lettering.
HP Durable Backlit Fabric is a versatile, lightweight, recyclable textile designed for backlit signage. Soft signage is rapidly replacing polyester for retail, trade show, and decor LED backlit solutions. Consumers and retailers alike, love the new “soft-look.” They also love the ease of installation and shipping—with HP Durable Backlit Fabric you can print, roll and ship—reducing costs and potential for accidental damage to the print.