Sunrise HITEK Releases FLOAT3D to Create Depth Effect
CHICAGO, IL: Sunrise HITEK, provider of innovative solutions for customized iPhone and IPad cases, announces new FLOAT 3D technology which comes with ability to print the image as well as the microlens pattern used to create the depth effect.
The process is done completely independent of lenticular materials using acrylic sheets and similar clear materials. The materials involved for this application include 1mm, 2mm, 3mm clear acrylic which creates depth effect. FLOAT3D printing provides the highest registration precision, visual resolution up to 2160 dpi and bright colors. FLOAT3D can be adopted for retail window display, outdoor and indoor posters as well as bill boards, POP/POS displays, displays on vending machines and lightboxes. The application also supports direct mailing and give-away articles. Since Sunrise HITEK is a G7 Qualified Master Printer, unsurpassed colour accuracy and consistency is ensured.
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