Flatbed UV Prints on Acrylic

At LCI we make flatbed UV Prints on Acrylic of up to 50″ x 100″ (an oversized 4′ x 8′ sheet)  We print direct onto acrylic substrate with a vibrant color, matching most Pantone Colors.
flatbed uv prints on acrylic
Whether, spot colors, gradients or full color prints, you can be confident we will color match with perfection.  On the second picture (of the yellow on black print), we have to lay down white ink before we print the yellow otherwise the black acrylic will show through the yellow.  This will give a translucent effect.
flatbed uv prints on acrylic
Our inks lead the industry for adhesion as well.  After the printing process is complete, we  laser cut the parts out of the printed sheet using very precise registration.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Do I need to supply LCI with a cad file for the project I need produced?
A: A cad file is helpful if you have one but it is not necessary. Our design team can work with you to turn your idea into a finished product.
2. What format files do you work with?
A: Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, SolidWorks and most other common formats.
3. What information do I need to get a quote?
A: Size of part yo need cut, Type of Material, Thickness of Material and Color. If you don’t know any of this info, we can guide you.
4. Does LCI send a proof before producing work?
A: We always e-mail a proof for your review before running any parts or products.
5. Can LCI produce a sample part before running large orders?
A: Yes! We can make a production sample before large production.
6: Will the ink scratch off of Flatbed UV Prints on Acrylic?
A: No. Our proprietary printing and cutting process leaves ink in tact even after laser cutting through it. Our ink adheres strong and is tough to scratch off.
7: Is a UV Flatbed Acrylic Print durable?
A: Yes. Our inks will not scratch off acrylics.

Need a Quote on a Project?

Either give us a call or e-mail us at the address listed below. We understand that our customers need quick turn around times and our team responds quickly to quote requests to help you with a solution. From pencil sketch to cad file, we can work with just about any file format to make your request into a finished success. All trademarks shown are the property of their respective owners.

Laser Cutting, Inc.
1549 South 38th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53215-1717
Toll Free: 1-800-471-2600
Tel: (414) 383-2000
Fax: (414) 383-7447
e-mail: info@lasercuttinginc.us
web url: www.lasercuttinginc.us

Laser Cutting, Inc. serves Chicago and New York
with 1 day and 3 day UPS ground shipping.

Here’s What Our Customers Think of Us:

An absolute pleasure to work with. Provides honest, hard work and is willing to go the extra mile to insure that the customer gets exactly what they want. — Ian Evans

Laser Cutting, Inc performed work for me for nearly 15 years. They are customer focused and very easy to work with. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them. — Ron Meyers

We have used Laser Cutting, Inc. for our office signs, they have delivered impressive quality work and a very prompt turnaround time every time. We will definitely continue doing business with them. — Ahide Valdepena

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6 Comments

  1. Display General
    August 26, 2015

    How well does your UV ink adhere to Plexiglass and PETG? We have had issues with our previous vendor.

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    • George
      August 26, 2015

      Our inks are formulated and optimized for acrylic, PETG and other plastics. We do adhesion tests on everything we print by making a test print and then slicing it with a razor into tiny strips. Then we scrape the test area with an xacto knife to make sure there is no flaking. Our prints are solid and very durable especially on plastics.

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  2. Joe
    August 31, 2015

    Can you print , laser cut, and then heat-bend styrene shelf talkers

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    • George
      September 1, 2015

      We do print styrene. Ink adhesion is at optimum on this substrate and laser cut edges are clean and free of burn. Also styrene can be bent, glued and fabricated.

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  3. Joe
    August 31, 2015

    Can you print, cut, and then heat-bend styrene?

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    • George
      September 1, 2015

      Yes. Our inks adhere very well to styrene and when we laser cut it, we get a nice clean edge. Styrene can also be heat bent. We have state of the art heater tables for precise bend configurations.

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