Skeen,a printer that allows you to create custom protective films to be applied to the back of your smartphone.

Change the look of your device

Skeen offers customers the opportunity to make their device unique through customisation.

With the free Skeen Designer app, available from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and the web, customers can create their own Skeen film in just a few simple steps, from the comfort of their own home or shop.

The App allows you to upload photographs, logos, and graphics and add text to create your own design. With the print preview function, satisfied customers can go to their nearest point of sale to print and apply their Skeen film.

Skeen and Fast Skin

Skeen's cut is made using Fast Skin, a system for the on-demand production of protective films for the front and back of smartphones and electronic devices.

Skeen, integrated with the Fast Skin machine, thus represents a turnkey solution to offer customers an increasingly comprehensive digital service.

The high-quality material and the possibility of creating cuts to measure through Fast Skin, make Skeen the perfect solution for customising and protecting the back and edges of your smartphone: the film is highly resistant to shocks and scratches.

The Skeen film can also easily be removed without leaving an adhesive residue on the device, despite the material ensuring maximum adherence.

How does Skeen work?

The two professional machines Skeen and Fast Skin communicate with each other via a wireless connection and are extremely easy to use.

The operator selects the phone and film format to be printed using the touch screen on the Fast Skin machine. This generates a QR code that allows the customer to access the customisation templates via Skeen Designer, let their imagination run wild, and create their own Skeen film.

The design is then transmitted to the Fast Skin machine, at which point the operator can start printing: after about 30 seconds, Skeen will be ready to be glued to the Fast Skin film, cut to size and applied to the device.