Wooden ceiling PHOTO-PRINT DAY-NIGHT
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wooden ceiling
wooden ceiling
wooden ceiling
wooden ceiling
wooden ceiling
wooden ceiling
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Characteristics

Material
wooden
Configuration
panel
Technical characteristics
decorative
Aesthetics
curved

Description

A photo-print DAY-NIGHT stretch ceiling is a membrane with an image printed on both sides: on the front side (DAY) and on the back side (NIGHT). The key point of the DAY-NIGHT technology is the fact that one sees the image (DAY) printed on the front side when the LED backlighting is off. However, when the lighting placed behind the ceiling membrane is on, the image (NIGHT) printed on the back side becomes visible. At the moment, we apply the UV-printing method to 1. Satin-finish film (the maximum seamless width – 500 cm) without any restrictions with regards to the ceiling size: Full-colour two-side (DAY-NIGHT) printing on white-finish material Back-side (NIGHT) printing on white-finish material Back-side (NIGHT) printing on colour-finish material 2. Lacquer-finish film (the maximum seamless width – 500 cm) without any restrictions with regards to the ceiling size Back-side (NIGHT) printing on white- and colour-finish material The cost of DAY-NIGHT art-printed ceilings is calculated as follows: The cost of the stretch ceiling membrane The cost of photo-printing (depends on the image area) on the front side (DAY) The cost of photo-printing (depends on the image area) on the back side (NIGHT) Additional ceiling elements (corners, curved sections etc.) as per general ceiling cost calculations Important: when printing images requiring image matching, there might be a technical image shift on the front and back sides on the ceiling up to 1 cm.

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