So the new Lee Valley catalog showed up and I was flipping through. I saw this:
So my question to the class is, how are they painting or printing the images. Obviously their laser cuts are a tad off from the paint lines, but it works for the look.
For 20 Canadian pesos I know bulk production and China bring down the price, but wow cheap.
Probably silk screened it?
They just used a flat-bed printer. Probably UV-cured ink.
I would guess silk screen too, although flatbed digital printers or slavewage child laborers with paintbrushes are possibilities as well.
trotec just put up a video today about using a UV printer on wood in conjunction with a laser cutter
Thanks. I couldn’t find it. If you can easily post the url I would be appreciative. Thanks!
I don’t think it’s silk-screened as it has many colors. I agree that it’s likely UV flatbed printer. Also watching the Trotec Canada post, they’re using a Mutoh UV printer to print then Trotec to engrave and laser the material. Very interesting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2Z5qPYYNqU
Posted above by choughton happily since I am on mobile