The 3D Floor Printer 

Print your imagination on the floor.

The FUV Model Floor Painting Machine

The Floor Printer (“TFP”) is a unique full color digital printing system specifically designed to digital paint any graphics onto floor surfaces. TFP employs UV technology to print on multiple material floors including Wood floor, cement, ceramic tile, asphalt road, brick, lime,Epoxy resin etc. With the help of tracing system, the TFP can print on curved and uneven brick surfaces.


Print Size

Width 2.3 meters; Length: No limited



W 30cm*H 89cm*L 270cm (Length can be extended)

Rack weight: 60kg; Chassis weight: 20kg; 

Assembly Method

Wheel structure, frame structure, 2 Stitching guide rails (1.4m+1.3m)


Epson 7th-Generation printhead

Type of Ink

LED UV curable ink. Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, White.


Printing Speed

2880Dpi: 1.5m2/h; 1440Dpi: 2.5m2/h ; 1080Dpi: 3m2/h ;720Dpi: 4m2 ; (If printing white color, the speed would be half of that)


Surface Tracking

Two Banner sensors will collect the data to the control system, and the printhead will automatically keep 1cm to the floor which can ensure the best distance for ink-jetting.

Inkjet Technology

VSDT variable ink drop technology, high fault-tolerant feathering technology

Image Format Supports


RIP Software: MainTop (Pre-installed), SAi FlexiPrint (Optional) 


Operating software: Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish, can be customized.

MainTop RIP: Chinese & English

SAi FlexiPrint RIP: English, Portuguese, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Russian

Power-off memory

Yes, you can use the same file to continue printing where it stops


Power-off Printing

Yes, you should connect it with UPS battery extensional

Ink Consumption Per Square

Without printing white color: 20ml/m2

With printing white color: 40ml/m2

Nozzle Cleaning and Maintenance



Two Ways of Printing

Two sizes, from left to right printing, reverse also prints


Support: Quiet zone calibration, Step calibration, Jet force calibration