What Can We Print On With A UV Printer?

In fact, the more pertinent question might be: “What can’t I print on?” Due to the flexibility of UV print technology, you can easily print onto hundreds of different items and a huge array of exciting substrates.
UV printers can print onto paper, PVC, plastic, acrylic, metal, wood, canvas, board, leather, textile, slate, driftwood, bamboo and more*. Plus, by using a primer, you can print on an even broader range of materials including glass and finely glazed ceramics.
UV devices allows you to print on (almost) anything due to:
1. The ink being instantly cured by the UV lamp
2. The UV inks not etching or biting the substrate, meaning it can go onto delicate material
3. The LED UV lamps being cool, so you can print onto heat-sensitive products
Where can UV printing take your business?
The most exciting thing about UV printing is its flexibility and the creative potential it offers. The most significant trend is the growing demand for the personalisation and customisation of products and promotional objects. People increasingly want their possessions to be unique, to stand out from the crowd. This is rapidly growing into a huge market, with equally huge possibilities for UV printing.
UV printing provides such a massive potential for customised applications that it would prove impossible to list them all. The infographic gives you an idea of the possibilities, but to really see where UV printing can take your businesses you should download our free Guide to UV Printing.
With over 40 pages of valuable information, you’ll discover how you can also add varnishing, textures, and 3D effects to make your output even more remarkable, while increasing your profitability.
The possibilities really are endless. If you have any questions about what can and can’t be done with a UV printer, contact us and one of our expert team members will be in touch.