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AllSigns created the mosaic effect using multiple UV ink layering
KP Wilton & Sons, a Bristol-based building contractor, recently approached AllSigns Visual Communications with a brief to create a stained-glass effect graphic to be applied internally to the entire entrance of the newly-built atrium at St Patrick's Catholic church in Bristol.
With extensive sampling and test prints, the company created a mosaic effect using multiple UV ink layering, printed directly onto a clear self-adhesive film on its EFI Vutek QS2 Pro, supplied by CMYUK.
The UV printer offers a wide colour gamut with in-line multi-layer print capability and greyscale technology with variable droplet size.
Graham Wood, director at AllSigns, commented, 'We have made significant investment in several pieces of key printing and finishing machines from CMYUK, including our cutting table, along with our Vutek QS2 Pro. CMYUK have offered fantastic support to our business and have been on hand to give us lots of expert advice over the years.'