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UV DTF YELLOW INK 1 L

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Delivery date: 1-2 days
Manufacturer: Audley
Wide colour gamut, higher density and high white opacity. Equivalent LED UV inks for Epson printheads which offer complete compatibility to original colour profiles. Superior printing stability and excellent media adhesion.
£70.83 excl VAT
Availability: In stock
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Faster Production Speed: Since UV inks cure almost instantly when exposed to UV light, projects are finished much faster and almost immediately after printing. This can allow businesses to produce higher volumes of prints compared to using conventional inks.

Lack of VOCs: Another advantage of using UV inks for prints is that they produce fewer fumes or VOCs during the drying process, making them more ideal for workplaces as they pose less of a health risk for workers.

High-Quality Images: UV inks also offer the advantage of producing high-quality images that are sharper and more vibrant compared to images produced by solvent-based inks and for prints, this is one of the most important considerations. Moreover, the colors stay vibrant and striking as well since UV inks don't have components that evaporate, retaining 100% of the inks' deposits. The vibrancy and crispness of images and even text are even evident on uncoated papers because the inks aren't absorbed by the paper.

Durability: UV inks also offer higher resistance to scratches, smudging, and other factors that can affect the print quality over time. Because of this, printed images are bound to last longer, allowing you to enjoy vibrant images for a longer period of time.

Versatility: Unlike conventional inks, UV inks are also compatible with printing on a wide range of surfaces including thermoplastic surfaces like PET and polyurethane. This is something that most conventional inks have trouble with as they need to be absorbed into the substrates to be printe

Faster Production Speed: Since UV inks cure almost instantly when exposed to UV light, projects are finished much faster and almost immediately after printing. This can allow businesses to produce higher volumes of prints compared to using conventional inks.

Lack of VOCs: Another advantage of using UV inks for prints is that they produce fewer fumes or VOCs during the drying process, making them more ideal for workplaces as they pose less of a health risk for workers.

High-Quality Images: UV inks also offer the advantage of producing high-quality images that are sharper and more vibrant compared to images produced by solvent-based inks and for prints, this is one of the most important considerations. Moreover, the colors stay vibrant and striking as well since UV inks don't have components that evaporate, retaining 100% of the inks' deposits. The vibrancy and crispness of images and even text are even evident on uncoated papers because the inks aren't absorbed by the paper.

Durability: UV inks also offer higher resistance to scratches, smudging, and other factors that can affect the print quality over time. Because of this, printed images are bound to last longer, allowing you to enjoy vibrant images for a longer period of time.

Versatility: Unlike conventional inks, UV inks are also compatible with printing on a wide range of surfaces including thermoplastic surfaces like PET and polyurethane. This is something that most conventional inks have trouble with as they need to be absorbed into the substrates to be printe