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Morris Graphics uses wide range of processes for printing

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Morris Graphics  uses various processes to produce graphics on the substrate. These processes include anodising, chemical milling, chemical etching, digital printing, metal photo and screen printing.

The anodising process is unique to aluminium. This is an electrolytic process that gives aluminium a decorative appearance. A durable finish is obtained by dying the image into the anodic coating. Anodising prevents oxidation of aluminium and gives a hard coating on the aluminium surface.

The metal photo process by Morris Graphics is known to ensure durability, light fastness and photographic flexibility. This process is used for reproducing photo images onto aluminium.

The screen printing process is either printed on a surface or reverse printed. In screen printing, the ink is forced via a fine mesh screen, which can be achieved by closing the mesh parts.

The process of chemical milling is opted for metals like aluminium, brass, copper and stainless steel. This process involves selective dissolution of the metal thereby resulting in a design free of deformation, burrs and metal stress. This process can be used for metals with a maximum thickness of 0.25mm.

Chemical etching process is known to provide high flexibility and accuracy. This process is known to be best suited for decorative panels, nameplates and sinage.

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