Saturday, February 23, 2019

Packaging Options

Packaging Options
Varnish - as it is commercially called – can make a big difference to printed paper and packaging. Similar to ink, it is applied on the printing press and helps enhance the visual appearance of the print or packaging. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7HAVcxuq3I Types of...
Types of Packaging Inserts For Your Products Your final product isn’t just what is inside the box, but in most cases it includes the box or packaging as well. If you have a really good product, with poor presentation, you...
In essence, lamination makes the product 'ready' to be put into the hands of consumers. You can consider two types of lamination: Matte and Gloss. Whether it applies to the surface of a paper bag, book cover, label, or packaging box,...
Of the multiple surface treatments, UV coating is one, widely used to achieve visually pleasing printed products, from business cards and brochures to postcards, folders and packaging. Let's look at the technique in detail. UV (Ultraviolet) Coating UV coating is a...
Spot UV

What is Spot UV?

Spot UV Printing Spot UV is one of the many specialty printing techniques used to create an impactful look mainly for purposes of brand/product differentiation. Like lamination, it increases the perceived quality of value of printed items. Note that spot UV...
When it comes to printed materials, the finish definitely matters. In today's image-conscious world, the external benefits of a product assume much importance. Soft touch Finishing is a popular method of improving the exterior appearance of paper and rigid boxes. It...
There are lots of options for standard and speciality finishes available today for packaging box designs.  And the truth is, especially for startups and new entrepreneurs, it can be confusing, overly technical, stressful, and overwhelming. Luckily, in this guide, you...
Where did the word 'Kraft" come from? Kraft paperboard is a packaging material that gets its name from the Kraft pulping process, pioneered by Carl F. Dahl of Germany in the 1880s. Normally, in the manufacture of paper, wood is ‘pulped’...
Window patching is a technique where a window film is added on a carton or any other product packaging serving a dual purpose. It teases the product by making some of it visible and can also it prevent food from coming...
In order to make a lasting impression on your target market, your product packaging needs to be attractive and it must have the "wow" factor. But as much as these eye striking packaging designs boost sales, manufacturers need to also...
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