Our stunning high-definition prints in aluminum provide a vibrancy of color not found in other kind of prints.
A metal print is not actually printed onto metal. The image on the transfer paper is then "baked" into a polymer-coated aluminum sheet using the perfect combination of heat and pressure. The heat converts the ink into a gaseous state and bonds it to the polymer coating. The process is known as sublimation. As the image is being infused into the metal, it must be allowed to cool. Finally, mounting hardware is installed.
In addition to being scratch resistant and unaffected by water, the polymer coating on the print makes it durable and easy to clean. You can merely wipe down your print with a microfiber cloth. If fingerprints or smudges persist, you can also use warm water and a mild cleanser.
Metal Hanging Hardware
We add an “Inset Frame” to all our metal prints. The inset frame adds dimension to the print by positioning it ¾ inch from the wall.