When it comes to artwork, discerning audiences know that how it’s displayed can make all the difference. Substrates truly matter because non-archival paper fades, canvas can be torn and untreated wood can splinter or crack. But all of those worries are eliminated with metal print, the world’s finest dye sublimation substrates.
Sublimation printing utilizes heat and pressure to transfer images directly into the surface of an object, such as metal or wood, bonding images to the substrate at the molecular level. The aluminum panels that we use have a proprietary polymer-based thick high-gloss white coating on them and they are protected from harmful UV rays and scratches so that art remains vibrant and vivid. This means that fine art, photos and more can be displayed virtually anywhere with more intense color, more clarity, crisper detail and a longer life than any other print medium., depth of color and details come to life. This is an excellent finish that provides a rich, smooth finish where colors can come alive for any subject, including portraits, landscapes, nature and works of art.
ChromaLuxe Coated Aluminum Photo Panels Printed With Epson UltraChrome DS Inks – Print Permanence Ratings
With unprecedented resistance to surface abrasion, high humidity, atmospheric ozone, and contact with water, ChromaLuxe prints – often referred to simply as “Metal Prints” and available in sizes up to 4×8 feet – can be safely displayed without the need for framing under glass or acrylic, face-mounting, or surface laminating. When displayed, unframed prints made with the latest generation of ChromaLuxe aluminum photo panels printed with 4-color Epson UltraChrome DS inks have Wilhelm Imaging Research (WIR) Display Permanence Ratings that are more than three times higher than Kodak Endura silver-halide prints that have been framed under glass.
|Panel Size||Cost (HKD)|
|8″x12″ or A4||$374|
|12″x18″ or A3||$677|