White ink capability offers you the ability to sell high-value, backlit graphics on rigid or flexible media. Additionally, white ink also gives you the ability to create specialty applications on almost any media or object. Here are five great white ink applications customers will be begging you for:
1. Spot Color White
Use white as a spot color on any non-white substrate like colored paper, colored plastic, corrugated cardboard, glass, metallic, metal and foil.
2. Primer White
Use white as a surface primer on any dark or uneven surface substrate like MDF, laminate flooring, plywood, hardwood, leather, stone and ceramic.
3. Flood White Above or Below
You can over-print or under-print white on a see-through substrate depending on the viewing side to achieve full color saturation.
4. Center Sandwich Layer
Use white as the diffusion layer while reverse printing the back side to achieve day/night backlit prints or a multi-layered effect on clear substrates.
5. Multi-Layer Textured Build
Use white in multiple layers to build texture on your substrate to achieve effects like wood grain, concrete, leather, lace and flocking.