What are the types of Large format inkjet Plotter?
There are several types of large format inkjet plotters, including:
- Roll-fed plotters: These plotters use rolls of paper or other materials, and are typically used for printing banners, posters, and trade show graphics.
- Flatbed plotters: These plotters use flat sheets of paper or other materials and are typically used for printing blueprints, maps, and other technical documents.
- Hybrid plotters: These plotters combine the capabilities of roll-fed and flatbed plotters, and can print on both rolls and sheets of paper or other materials.
- Dye-sublimation plotters: These plotters use heat to transfer dye onto the print medium, producing high-quality, long-lasting prints.
- Solvent-based plotters: These plotters use inks that are resistant to water, UV, and fading, making them suitable for outdoor signage and vehicle wraps.
- Eco-solvent plotters: These plotters use inks that are less toxic than traditional solvent-based inks and are often used for indoor and outdoor graphics.
- UV-curable plotters: These plotters use UV light to cure the ink, producing prints that are highly resistant to fading and water.
It’s worth noting that, depending on the application, different types of plotters might be more suitable.