For wall glazing and glass showers
Wide selection of motifs
Vibrant, photorealistic motifs are not only a real eye-catcher but also give every bathroom and sanitary facilities an individual touch. Choose your favourite motifs for shower units, shower rear panels and wall glazing from our comprehensive online catalogue. Sprinz will also print from personal templates on request. SpriColor UV digital printing and ceramic digital and screen printing produce visually perfect, long-lasting results. SpriColor UV digital printing is particularly well suited for shower rear panels and wall glazing in large formats. Combined with LED lighting, the SpriColor UV digital print radiates with even more vibrancy. Ceramic digital or screen printing is especially robust and easy to clean on glass elements in the shower.
SpriColor UV digital printing
Ceramic screen printing for rear panels
Ceramic screen printing for shower glasses (standard motifs)
Ceramic screen printing for shower glasses (further motifs)
Scaling & Cut-outs
Select your favourite patterns from our SPRINZ motif collection. Cut-outs can be made of any pattern by indicating the x and y coordinates. We will be glad to assist with your questions on individual cut-outs and scaling.
As an alternative to our patterns, you also have the option of finding the right motif for UV digital printing in a photo database. When selecting a motif, please make sure that the image format fits the format of your rear panel. A panorama image is perfect for a long and narrow rear panel, for example, but is not suitable for square print areas. Also, not all patterns can be enlarged as desired.
How to select an image from a photo database:
- Access one of the known image databases in your web browser.
- Enter a search term.
- You can narrow the results by using specific search options, e.g. by applying the search filter with the “Panorama” options for kitchen rear panels.
- Select your chosen image and change the dimensions from pixel to cm.
- Take the largest dimensions and multiply them by 3. This gives you the maximum print size of your image. (For best results we need a resolution of at least 100 dpi in the original size.)