It is a method of printing in an ink plotter which, instead of standard water-based inks, has pigmented solvent inks (based on organic solvents).

This method can be used on all substrates with the consistency of PVC, in particular on non-stick substrates for water-based inks.

A very often used method of large-format printing. Solvent inks are resistant to many external factors, e.g. UV radiation, and usually do not require lamination.

Unfortunately, their disadvantage is the lower printing precision than in the case of water-based inks, although this is not an obstacle in the case of large-format prints, which are viewed from a longer distance anyway - the difference in quality is then imperceptible.