Acrylic Glass Prints - Seattle, WA

Ardor Printing is a leading acrylic glass photo mounting company. We mount photos on to acrylic and glass using sub surface printing techniques for superior color vibrancy and accuracy.
High Quality Acrylic Printing using a flatbed printer for a client we have in Kirkland, WA
Custom printed glass print we did with some artwork provided by our customer, the graphics were printed sub-surface directly on a glass panel.

Custom Printed Acrylic Glass at Unmatched Quality.

Bellevue's Finest Acrylic Glass Printing by Ardor Printing. Looking for a breathtaking way to display your favorite memories or artwork? Look no further than our face-mounted acrylic glass prints! This modern printing method suspends your precious photos or prints between two sheets of optically clear acrylic, resulting in an eye-catching, three-dimensional effect. Plus, the added depth makes colors appear more saturated and vibrant than ever before. Whether you're looking to add a personal touch to your home décor or create a one-of-a-kind gift, our face-mounted acrylic glass prints are sure to impress. Order yours today!

Acrylic glass printed we did for DTG Recycle's new headquarters in Bothell, WA. Ardor Printing is on of the Seattle Area's leading experts in printed glass products.

Museum Quality Acrylic Prints.

Making custom printed acrylic glass prints is a difficult segment of the large-format industry for most professional print operations. Ardor Printing has perfected the process while aquiring the best equipment to make every acrylic glass print order easy and quick without a loss in quality.

Printed acrylic wall plaques we made for DTG Recycle with their brand statements.

Professional Art Installation.

Installation of your new acrylic glass prints is just as important as the level of detail in your new acrylic prints. Ardor Printing's team of expert art and wall graphic installers are ready to make sure your new art is installed to perfection.

Custom Acrylic Glass Printing Service Bellevue, WA. This is a graphic we printed on acrylic glass for a client we have in Bellevue.

Highly Detailed Glass Prints.

Printing on acrylic and glass requires specialized printing equipment with specific ink sets. Our expert team of production staff understands the importance of strong ink adhesion and what that means in terms of longevity when printing on optically clear smooth surfaces.

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Your can now order your Acrylic Glass Prints online without needing to come into our shop or emailing your artwork. Simple select the size you would like to order and upload your artwork.

Acrylic and Glass Printing FAQs: Answers to Your Top Questions on Custom Printed Decor

Acrylic printing involves printing your image or design directly onto a sheet of acrylic, while glass printing involves printing onto a glass surface. Acrylic prints are lightweight, shatter-resistant, and provide excellent image clarity and vibrancy. Glass prints, on the other hand, offer a sleek, modern appearance with a high-gloss finish and increased depth.

High-resolution images or designs with strong contrast and bold colors work best for acrylic and glass printing. The high-quality print process and the glossy surface of both materials enhance the vibrancy and depth of the colors, making your artwork stand out.

Acrylic prints are generally more suitable for outdoor use due to their UV resistance and durability. However, it is essential to choose a UV-protected acrylic material specifically designed for outdoor use. Glass prints are typically recommended for indoor use only, as they may not withstand outdoor weather conditions and temperature fluctuations.

To clean an acrylic or glass print, use a soft microfiber cloth and a gentle glass cleaner or a solution of mild soap and water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or materials, as they can scratch the surface of the print. Gently wipe the surface to remove dust, dirt, and fingerprints, taking care not to apply excessive pressure.

Acrylic and glass prints can be mounted on the wall using various methods, such as stand-off mounting hardware, Z-clips, or adhesive hanging strips. Stand-off mounting hardware consists of metal posts that secure the print to the wall, providing a floating appearance. Z-clips interlock to hold the print flush against the wall, while adhesive hanging strips offer a damage-free, temporary mounting solution.

Yes, you can use your own image or design for acrylic and glass printing, as long as it meets the printer's file format and resolution requirements. It is recommended to work with a professional designer or consult with the printing company to ensure that your image or design is optimized for the best print quality.

The production time for acrylic and glass prints depends on factors such as the size, quantity, and complexity of the design. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks for a standard print to be completed, with additional time required for more complex projects or larger quantities.

Acrylic prints typically come in thicknesses ranging from 1/8 inch to 1 inch, while glass prints are usually available in thicknesses of 1/8 inch, 1/4 inch, or 1/2 inch. The thickness you choose will depend on your desired appearance, mounting method, and budget.

Acrylic and glass prints are highly durable and resistant to fading, scratches, and moisture, making them suitable for long-lasting displays. Acrylic prints, in particular, are shatter-resistant and can withstand minor impacts better.

The size of an acrylic or glass print depends on the capabilities of the printing company and the material they have available. Most printers can produce large-format prints, but there may be limitations based on their equipment and material stock. It is essential to consult with your chosen printing company to determine the maximum size they can accommodate.