Art My House offers the latest iPhone and Samsung cases that are thin, light, and made of a hybrid Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) and Polycarbonate (PC) plastic.
They don’t cover the screen, but they’ll protect the back of the phone from scratches. They’re one-piece, solid plastic construction, and the holes and buttons are aligned with the phone’s features.
These cases aren’t shock-proof. So while they may protect your phone from some minor wear and tear, don’t count on them to be indestructible or to prevent serious damage. They are meant mostly for aesthetic purposes.
Before printing, a trained operator makes sure the printer doesn’t have any lint or dust. A white underbase and colored top coat are then printed simultaneously using UV printing technology. Once the cases are complete, they’re packaged in poly bubble padded mailers and shipped out.
UV printing essentially dries ink through a photochemical reaction. High-intensity ultraviolet lights are used to cure inks, turning them from liquid to solid. UV printing is commonly used to print on materials such as plastic, wood, and metal.