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Custom Colors Available.
Simply send us a Pantone or Hex code.
What is Digital Infusion?
Digital Infusion is a high-definition digital print process that provides ultimate image clarity and vibrancy. Images are infused into specialty coated metal surfaces to provide the most durable print medium available.
Features and Benefits:
Aluminium brings out colors not usually seen in images printed on paper or laminate. This process helps designers achieve a unique metallic look with excellent color saturation with the added durability of aluminium. Digital Infusion is great for large-scale installations with such applications as: nameplates, wall panels, ceilings, signage, art or furniture enhancement.
Our graphic designers have created more than 130 patters and additions to the line are being made almost daily. The line up of patterns include wood grains and geometric patterns and the color combinations are endless. Each design can be modified to show more or less metal to achieve the desired look. We can even work with a photograph, your logo, custom pattern or idea making sure no detail is overlooked.
Durable: fade, moisture, stain and scratch resistant
Made to order with no minimum quantity
Solid sheet aluminium
Thickness: 0.030 inch (20 gauge)
Width: 48 7/16”
Length: 96 7/16”
Standard Print Area: 4’x8'
Finish: Glossy SMG-(style number)
UV Matte SMM-(style number)
Custom: (Please contact us for more details.)
All pattern colors can be adjusted to suit your needs.
Custom solid colors are available upon request.
Custom logos or prints must be 300dpi at 100%.
File types accepted: .jpg, .psd, .ai, .pdf, .tiff.
Due to monitor capability and color calibrations, actual colors may vary. Pattern size and proportion may also vary in an effort to make the pattern visible online. All images are edited to show the samples as life-like as possible. We cannot guarantee that the color or pattern proportion you see online accurately portrays the true color/size of the product. We recommend that you order complimentary samples to verify color and pattern size.
Areas of the pattern that are white will show through to the silver metal.