Click through this slideshow, courtesy of Masonite, to learn how Masonite manufactures its wooden door facsimiles.
The print heads remain stationary while the entire door moves rapidly beneath them on a large vacuum platen for coating consistency. Multiple passes beneath the print head ensure a quality print.
The industrial scale Inca printers cure the ink as soon as it is applied using a high-intensity UV technology for durability and a clear print.
This close-up image of a cherry print shows the fine resolution of the printers; each print is composed of thousands of individual ink droplets in five colors which combine to create the completed print.
A close-up image of the black walnut finish.
The black walnut option magnified 40x to show the ink dots, left, and a completed black walnut door.