Point of Purchase signage must have high visual impact and design creativity so stand out color performance is key. As market and consumer views evolve, the requirement for visually stunning yet environmentally responsible signage is greater than ever. Polyester is often used in place of vinyl for indoor and outdoor signage due to improved sustainability and costs, thanks to its recyclability, look and effect. Such a transition means that digital sublimation is the first choice for POP printing with its incredible flexibility, vibrant colors and unlimited design scope combined with a low cost for one offs and short runs.
Sensient’s ElvaJet sublimation inks lead the field for color performance combined with ease of use and reliable printing, offering peace of mind to any sign shop looking to create POP with outstanding quality. Matching iconic brand colors or creating new and exciting promotional banners can be a reality with Sensient’s world leading technology.
Sensient’s ElvaJet® Punch range of sublimation inks offer the ultimate color performance in polyester printed. A highly versatile technology, Punch can be printed direct or via transfer using the widest range of Epson printheads. Delivering outstanding fastness and print performance, combined with unrivalled color intensity make Punch a clear choice for discerning printers.
Sensijet SX is driving the future of sustainable digital printing. An advanced water based pigment ink, the SX platform is designed for printing an array of non-porous and porous substrates such as plastics, metal, corrugated and non-wovens. It offers no compromise in delivering excellent color performance and durability.
For sublimation printing of polyester fabric and coated materials where only the finest detail and most vivid colors are acceptable, Sensient’s ElvaJet S Series inks are the perfect choice. Vivid colors combined with outstanding fastness and industrial production reliability ensure users of ElvaJet S Series inks see huge benefits in fashion, sportswear, home and flag textile printing.