We have introduced a new improved laminant film which improves the quality of your acrylic print, giving it a increased clarity.
Acrylic prints are also known as perspex prints. They have a very contemporary high-gloss, modern finish that is perfect for home and office interior decorating.
Our high quality prints are back mounted to a clear piece of 8mm acrylic and are raised off the wall with 15mm wall mounts and are ready to hang.
At no additional charge, we can convert your image into a stunning black & white print or sepia print. Just select the appropriate option from the "Colour options" dropdown when you place your order.
Please note that acrylic prints should not be cleaned with any solvents. Soapy water or Windolene are the ideal products to use.
19 May 2011
Spyder 3 Express Monitor Calibration
Spyder 3 Express™ monitor calibration adjusts the colour on your monitor making your colour editing more accurate to your PrintWild print. Easy-to-use right out the box, this technology accurately calibrates your display. Your on-screen colours aren't always true and the Spyder3 Express will correct your monitor to ensure you are looking at true colours.
At PrintWild we correct our monitors with the same device ensuring we are looking at the same colour balance as our clients.
Features & Requirements
Accurate Colours Corrects the colours on your CRT, LCD or laptop so you can see your photos correctly and print more accurately.
Quick and Easy You don’t have to be a colour expert to calibrate your display.
Consistent Colour for the Latest Display Technology
Sophisticated hardware for optimising the latest display technology.
Before and After Viewing Feature Compare your display before and after calibration.
* Windows XP 32/64, Vista 32/64, Windows 7
* Mac OS X (10.4 or higher)
* USB Port
* Monitor Resolution 1024 x 768 or greater (with 1024x600 Net Book option)
* 16-bit video card (24-bit recommended)
* 128MB of available RAM
* 100MB of available hard disk space
Order from our website www.printwild.co.za
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