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Surface finishing is to properly process the surface of the Wholesale Custom Logo Printed boxes for clothes packaging, so as to improve the light resistance, water resistance, heat resistance, folding resistance, wear resistance, and chemical resistance of the printed surface; increase the gloss of the printed matter And artistic sense; it plays the role of protecting prints and beautifying them, increasing the value of prints.
The common methods of Wholesale Custom Logo Printed boxes for clothes packaging printed surface finishing include glazing, waxing, composite plastic film, embossing, and foil pressing.
Varnishing is to apply a layer of colorless transparent coating on the surface of printed matter, which will protect and increase the gloss of printed matter after drying. The varnishing methods include the printing varnish method and the coating varnish method.
Second, waxing treatment
The waxing process is to apply a layer of paraffin wax on the surface of the printed matter to prevent moisture, mildew and water and oil. Mainly used for making waterproof paper. For example, it is used in food packaging boxes or paper containers.
Third, the film
Laminated film refers to the transparent plastic film is pasted to the surface of printed matter by hot pressing, which protects and increases the gloss. It is widely used in book covers, albums, commemorative albums, postcards, product manuals, etc. for surface decoration and protection.
Fourth, composite packaging materials
Composite packaging material refers to the combination of two or more materials such as paper, plastic film or metal foil. The outer layer can meet the requirements of printing, the inner layer can play a role of taste and insurance, and the two-layer compound can adapt to more Multipurpose required packaging. Composite packaging materials are widely used in food, medicine and other flexible packaging industries, such as commonly used instant noodle bags.
There are three methods of composite packaging materials, namely wet composite depression, dry composite method, and hot-melt composite method.
Five, bump embossing
Concavo-convex embossing is the process of embossing a printed image into a relief-like image using only two concavo-convex printing plates without ink on the substrate with or without graphics. It has the characteristics of clear hierarchy, rich expression, and strong three-dimensional sense. It has been widely used in the decoration of book covers, trademarks, postcards, advertisements, and various packaging and decoration. The embossed substrate is paper.
Concavo-convex embossing can be divided into two types: one is embossing, and the other is embossing steel wire (die cutting indentation).
Six, hot foil
Hot foil refers to the transfer of metal foil or anodized aluminum foil to the surface of printed matter or other objects by hot pressing to increase the decorative effect. It is also called hot stamped anodized aluminum.