We Sell Inkjet Fabric & Rice Paper Tissue For Printing Surfboard Inlay Graphics And Logos

Surfboard Inlay Inkjet Fabric

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*30m x 61cm roll (50mm core)

*Compatible for Pigment Ink, Dye Ink & Solvent Ink printers.

*Allows for sharp brilliant coloured prints

*Tested and proven in all surfing conditions

*Adds strength to a surfboard

*Light weight

*Easy to laminate and preferred by leading surfboard manufacturers

 

 

Above are photos of just some of the surfboards that have been manufactured using our surfboard inlay inkjet fabric.

Surfboard Inlay Inkjet Fabric is perfect for printing full surfboard graphics and decals. If you have a printer that can print 61cm (24") inches wide or wider then this is your chance to get into the digital surfboard graphics industry.

One 30m x 61cm roll will print approx 15 full size shortboard graphics.

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Surfboard Inlay Inkjet Fabric Roll 30m x 61cm

$107.00 AUD 

OUT OF STOCK - until the 17th September

 

 

 

Rice Paper Tissue For Printing Surfboard Logos

*15m x 45cm roll (No Core)

*Light weight

*Compatible for Pigment Ink, Dye Ink & Solvent Ink printers.

*Allows for sharp brilliant colours

*Great for printing smaller runs of surfboard logos or one off smaller designs

*Easy to laminate for the surfboard manufacturers

*Transparent when wet out with resin

*Tested and proven in all surfing conditions

Rice Paper Tissue Roll 15m x 45cm

$38.00 AUD

OUT OF STOCK - until the 17th September
 

 

 

 

 

 

Digitally printing surfboard graphics is a great alternative to older methods such as airbrushed designs onto surfboards. Printing onto our surfboard inlay fabric then laminating the design into the surfboard takes away any guess work or human error of how a design is going to look on the surfboard. Apart from enhancing the strength of the surfboard, using our inlay fabric the graphics print incredibly sharp and allows for full board photographic quality prints with vibrant colours.

Logos and smaller designs can also be printed using our rice paper tissue which when laminated wets out to transparent leaving only the print visible.

An ordinary A4 or A3 desktop printer can be used for smaller runs of decals. The rice paper will have to be cut slightly bigger and then folded over a normal piece of A4 or A3 paper and then taped to the back, then load one piece at a time into the printer for printing.

Best results if prints are laminated over a white background (white surfboard) - darker coloured backgrounds are not recommended

If using a large format printer to print onto the Rice Paper Tissue it is best to cut into 1m sheets x width (45cm). The Rice Paper can be rerolled onto a core but I have found cutting the sheets and draping them over the back of the printer on a roll setting much better with less chance of any tension creases. Even better is ironing the cut sheets flat with a waterless hot iron before loading them into the printer. Ironing them does not affect or burn the paper - just treat it like a ironing a T-Shirt.
Rice Paper Tissue is best used for logo sheets and smaller prints as the paper has no flexible qualities therefore can be a problem laminating large prints over contours and curves. The rice paper also has a 100% transparency when wet out with resin. Best results are when laminated over a white background.

The 61cm x 30m Inlay Fabric will run through large format printers no problem on a roll feed. It comes on a 50mm core ready to load straight onto the printer. The Inlay Fabric is a print media designed to be used for large format printers and is best used for larger prints. The fabric has flexible qualities so is perfect for laminating larger prints over contours and curves. The fabric has a 95% transparency when wet out with resin so is best used for full board or larger prints where the trimmed edge is not noticed. Best results are when laminated over a white background.

Dye inks are good but will eventually start to fade over time (depending on how much exposure to the sun) Colourfast dye inks are better again for fade resistance.
Some pigment inks are good and hold up better to sunlight.
Solvent inks are good and hold up better to sunlight as well but not quite as good as the pigment inks.

Polyester and most epoxy resins are fine with dye inks, solvent inks, some pigment inks..

Contact: enquiries@surfboardgraphics.com

 

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