UV Coatings

UV coating is one of the most effective finishing solutions. It enhances the vibrancy and richness of colours and makes great visual impression.

UV coating is a process whereby a polymer resin changes from a liquid to a solid with the help of an ultraviolet light source. UV coating can be a direct replacement for lamination and provides a protective covering that adds value to any product.

Types of UV Coatings
Overall UV — Gloss Finish
Spot UV — Flat Gloss, Raised Gloss, Glitter UV, Raised Glitter UV, Textured UV

Film Lamination

Lamination is a process that involves bonding a thin, transparent film — typically, polypropylene, polyester, or nylon — to the surface of the press sheet or other substrate.

Film lamination process offers a variety of options to choose from. Customers generally opt for lamination to protect the print products from wear and tear.

Types of Film Lamination
OPP (oriented polypropylene) Gloss/Matte
Scuff Resistant Matte OPP
Soft Touch (velvet) Matte OPP
OPP glueable gloss available
Mylar Gloss/Matte
Lay-Flat Gloss/Matte

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