Inkjet media refers to a large category of digital print media. It prints better-looking products with minimal effort and produces better results than older inkjet print media. The term inkjet media is often confused with polyester media, but the difference is that polyester comes from oil and doesn't adhere well to plastic. Additionally, both inkjet and polyester require special coating media and toners for full-color printing and perfect coverage. Therefore, suitable toners or specific inks must be used, which changes the physical properties of the printed material.
Inkjet overlay films are ideal for printing banners, signs, flyers, signs and more. The material is waterproof, weatherproof, and easy to install and use. Inkjet overlay film offers many advantages for printing banners and other large signage materials because it can withstand UV rays and harsh outdoor elements. This means the PVC material will not fade or yellow over time and can withstand most weather conditions and prints. Also, there is no need to use special printer inks as PVC tarpaulin printers can supply all types of inkjet media including glossy and matte finishes as well as black and white.
With inkjet overlays, users have a variety of uses, including installing signs, displaying graphics and images, using them as backgrounds or embossed panels, covering open or uncovered windows, making letterheads, business cards, envelopes, and more. This versatile and durable sign material is available in a variety of vibrant colors. Additionally, these inkjet overlays are available with or without fringe and can be printed on both sides for complete marketing coverage. With all these advantages, an inkjet printer should definitely be considered a top-of-the-line printer in any office or business setting.