BLACKLIGHT PRINT

How to create data

  • Large-format inkjet printing

When expressing a design coming out of a plain surface.

This is an expression in which nothing is visible to the eye, but the design appears when illuminated by a black light. The closer the normal design is to white, the more beautiful the design will look when exposed to the black light.

Normal vision How it looks when exposed to UV light
Invisible Printing

Layer for normal use

Invisible Printing

Layer for black light exposure

When expressing that a new design is added to the original design.

The expression is such that a new design is added to the visible design when it is illuminated by a black light.

How it looks under normal conditions How it looks when exposed to black light
Invisible Printing

Layer for normal use

Invisible Printing

Layer for black light exposure

About data creation

Applications Please create the file in Adobe Illustrator and create it as an ai file.
Color mode Please prepare two data files, one for normal printing in CMYK mode and one for black light printing in RGB mode.
*If the data for black light printing is in CMYK mode, the luminous intensity will be weaker.
Object If the normal design and the black light print design overlap, the luminous intensity will not only be weakened, but also the hidden design may become more visible.
White data in black light print data will be expressed in white.
Image When placing images, please embed the images in high resolution (300dpi recommended).
Text and Fonts Be sure to outline the text.
Saving Please use one-byte alphanumeric characters for file names. We recommend a resolution of 100 dpi or higher (72 dpi for wallpaper) for long documents, and 300 dpi or higher for documents of A2 size or smaller. If the resolution is less than 300 dpi, the image may not be printed clearly.

Tips for creating BLACKLIGHT PRINT data

Please refer to the following tips for creating BLACKLIGHT PRINT data.