Laminated Cards
Why lamination is important on Visiting Card Lamination not only protects the cards from chipping and creaking along the side, but they help with durability. they are water-resistant and tear-resistant. lamination provides many important benefits for printing materials.
Like:- Enhance durability, Damage protection, Improve appearance, Easy to read

There are different types of laminations

Gloss: Gloss Lamination produces a shiny, glass like appearance that enhances the colour and vibrancy of the ink on a is commonly used for applications such as marketing and promotional piece. it also works well as a covering for bound information in the form of books, reports and the training material.

Matte: Matte Lamination produces an elegant, sophisticated finish. it also provides a softer, more natural look that makes it easier to read the printed piece.
matt lamination has a velvety texture that makes it pleasant to handle. it also softens the contrast of darker colours so that they don’t stand out quite as much.

Velvet: Velvet is the middle ground between the matt & gloss, but what makes it stand out of its softer exterior and superior quality due to the strength of bonding between the paper of the card and the plastic of the lamination. this results in a durable, resilient, and attractive finish that has a premium feel to it.

What is Emboss?
Embossed business cards (also known as spot UV business cards) create a look and feel that’s different from the norm. We use a raised, clear polymer to make your text, logo and visuals stand out with a 3D, glossy shine. Which makes you stand out to customers. Use the raised gloss to highlight important information.

What is UV?
Spot UV refers to the application of this UV Coating to a specific area (or areas) of a printed piece rather than coating the entire surface. … If applied directly to the paper, Spot UV offers the best contrast when applied over a darker substrate.


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