The “build-up” printer developed by a Polish inventor works on the base of the fusion of two technologies: electrostatic jet printing and extrusive application of layers of ink, or other substances, such as electrostatic polymers, used as a base layer, or protective top layer of resin. As a result of combination of these features, the printer is able to print on porous surfaces and on any unconventional material. The printer may be used for a manufactory type of work, as well as for custom jobs.
Extrusive “build-up” and precision of electrostatic jet printing, in one technological process, is an ideal set-up, for use in a 3D-like, unique, cartographic printing process.
The fusion of electrostatic jet printing and extrusive “build-up” method
The fusion of two technologies brings new possibilities, for unique and custom printing, executed on untypical surfaces and materials, with respect to the demands, of complex computer-generated artwork.