Printing on polypropylene

Printing on PP has its specifics and differs from common printing on paper. The best effects are obtained on semi-transparent materials making use of the unique character of plastic material.
We prefer to have printing details in pdf format. For open formats, for instance, cdr or ai, all the objects, fonts, etc. that have been used must be supplied. The resolution must be sufficient (usually 300 dpi).
Offset is used for printing on PP up to a thickness of 0.80 mm and maximum printing format of 1400 x 995 mm (maximum cut size 1420 x 1020 mm).
Screen printing is used for printing on PP of a maximum printing format of 1100 x 700 mm (maximum cut size 1500 x 1050 mm). The spot colours must be defined using the Pantone Scale. We print out the screen in a maximum resolution of 34 l/cm.
The digital printer is used for making low-cost prints or, as the case may be, samples. The maximum printing format is 500 x 600 mm.