SprayPrinter has developed a robot that is fondly referred to as “Albert”.
Albert was developed specifically by the SprayPrinter team to paint images in any size to any flat surface, even brick or concrete. We have NO size limitations.
We offer cost-effective wallscapes and are committed to add value with a focus on art.
A mural on a wall makes a building recognizable, a landmark.
Commercial murals are efficient, but their cross-platform potential with digital marketing is still very much underutilized. Mural advertising is an excellent method for engaging millennials – the most influential consumer group. Sprayprinting is a great medium for message delivery on a wide scale. It engages audiences much more than traditional billboards.
Printing a mural is a combination of physical and virtual marketing. Murals attract tourists, drive buzz for social media, make good backgrounds for selfies and user generated content for the brand. This results in a higher social media presence for the brand.
We have had over 100 commercial projects globally and have offices in California and Europe.
“ENGINEERED FOR ART”
Saves time; Albert prints 3 ft² in 1 minute
Any flat surface, any size
Artistic value. More compelling than vinyl
Can print on billboards
No need for precoat
Pixelated style with a dot diameter of 1 cm (0.4 inches)
Colour pictures with tones achieved by mixing different colours
Photorealistic impression grows as the observation distance increases
We operate best with large flat unobstructed walls that have access from the top!
Printing process specifications:
We use acetone based paints, so during the printing process an efficient ventilation is needed indoors.
When printing outdoors we depend on weather conditions – can’t print with rain or strong wind and with temperatures below 7⁰ C (44⁰ F).
In some cases the surface material may have an effect on the printing results. For example, materials with high absorptive capacity may absorb a large quantity of paint and thus the picture may lose its contrast and brightness. Surfaces with high absorptive capacity might need priming before sprayprinting.