Printing on Wood
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Wood Printing with Digital Print Solutions
Wooden items are hugely popular in the market of personalised products, from wooden signs to one-off custom furniture. Digital printing technology offers several solutions to help you create custom wooden products and grow your business even more.SEE WHAT YOU CAN SELL
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If you need a machine for printing on wood, Roland has the solution for you. Our range of UV printers let you print directly onto wooden items, from wine boxes to tabletops. If you can imagine it, a Roland printer can make it happen.
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Coated Wood Furniture
Solid Wood Furniture
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Branded Wooden Items
Wooden Toys and Games
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Printing on Wooden Boxes
Printed Gloss Details
Simulated Wood Grain
Wrapped Wooden Items
Printed Wooden Drumsticks
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Printing Engraved Wood
Printing on Logs
1,202 × 962 mm
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I print directly onto wood?
Yes - Direct-to-object UV or eco-solvent solutions make it possible to print directly onto a wide range of wooden material, including solid soft and hard wood, bamboo, cork and composite wooden products like plywood and chipboard.
Can I transfer prints onto wood?
There are several methods of transferring prints to wooden items. These include cold-apply methods like decal transfers, and heat transfer options like heat-transfer vinyl and direct-to-film (DTF) printing. Results will vary widely depending on the type of wood used, the evenness of the surface and other factors. It's best to test options prior to production or to consult an expert for more advice.
Can I print onto dark wood?
Most digital printing technologies print with inks which are semi-transparent, making them best-suited for printing onto light-coloured surfaces. However, white ink is also available, which creates an opaque sub-coat allowing you to reproduce images on any surface with full vibrancy.
How do I print a wood grain texture?
To print any texture, you will need a UV printer equipped with gloss or clear UV ink. This is specified in the design file with a special spot colour, which the printer's software can interpret as gloss ink areas. You can vary the transparency of these spot colours or add gradients to increase or decrease the density of gloss ink, effectively adding another dimension to the print output. To emphasise the effect even further, you can build the print up in several layers. To learn more about these techniques, browse our blog or get in touch with a Roland DG print expert
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