In one of the printing options process, a clear film is applied to the label material, giving it a polished appearance. Lamination is mostly done to protect the label, and the label is rendered moisture-resistant and practically tear-proof, thus increasing the life of the label. Lamination also enhances the label's visual appeal.
UV Varnishing refers to the process of applying a heat-cured clear coating of transparent ink on the surface of a label for protection and for giving it lustrous look.
The labels with a varnishing enhancement protect the material and the printing from abrasion, sunlight, chemicals and moisture.
This is a special image-producing method in which a thin foil with the label design is transferred on to the required surface. This results in an eye-catching product, because of the metallic sheen of the foils.
Popular foils used are gold and metallic, but several colors and finishes are available with us.
Embossing is a printing condition where an image is pressed onto a material to create an image that is raised above the level of the material.
Embossing is not only a cost-effective option, especially for low volumes, but also adds a dash of class to your product. It is also easy to detect any tampering of embossed labels, thus discouraging counterfeiting. We ensure that our labels are last long, and are available to customers in the shape, pattern, size and color they require.
Holograms have unique optical properties that make them almost impossible to replicate. They can be easily authenticated by customers and users. Our holograms not only will secure your products from counterfeiting and diversion, but they also look stylish, and complement your existing packaging.
This is a process in which fine dots are used to create a variation in which the color seems to fade from the base color to a lighter-shaded version of a base color