This varnish consists of the application of a fine layer, practically imperceptible, that seals the ink without influencing notoriously in the visual aspect.
It is recommended for coated paper in pieces with big backgrounds. We do not recommend natural papers as the cellulose absorbs the paper. Coexists well with UVI varnish.
UVI varnish is applied as a direct ink that is dried with ultraviolet light.
You can choose between matt or gloss and its mode of application: offset or silkscreen.
It allows you to feature definite areas and if you first laminate your piece, for the application of silkscreen, the highlighting effect is even more evident.
If the varnish is applied with silkscreen the result has a degree of quality superior to offset. It is also superior in cost.
The acrylic varnish is the most effective solution in natural papers to avoid repainting and to increase resistance to friction. After being applied its fast dry times allow to continue in thirty minutes with different production processes.
Differs from machine varnish having twice the brightness and is not absorbed by the base, it does not mix with the ink, but creates an upper layer that seals and prevents transmissions. In no case yellowing, so the colors remain neutral. It also provides a soft touch.
Its water-based makes it environmentally friendly. Being clean it is permitted in the food sector.
Should not apply if the piece will have UVI varnish, it does not allow to be fixed.
3D varnish is the digital solution for a finished embossed with different thicknesses, textures, brightness and height.
It is recommended for coated and laminated substrates. In porous paper cellulose absorbs the varnish and optimum result is not achieved.
This varnish has particles of glitter dissolved whose distribution is random. It is applied through silkscreen, thus it can cover paper directly or a laminated surface.
It will give you bright and festive results on Christmas cards, picture cards, stickers…