Print Finishes Revision Cards

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Embossing
Raised impression on surface for emphasis and texture. It gives a visual and tactile effect to draw attention.
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Laminating
Sandwiching document between layers of plastics. It adds layer of protective coating (glossy or matte) while improving its sturdiness and water resistance.
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Varnishing
Seals the printed material to preserve it and make things look smooth and glossy.
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Foil Application
Using heat and pressure to print malleable metal fol onto surface. It adds reflective properties and draws attention to give impression of quality and luxury product.
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Advantage and Disadvantage of Embossing
Advantage: Adds Texture and Quality Disadvantage: Expensive process
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Advantage and Disadvantage of Varnishing
Advantage: Easy process, Low cost Disadvantage: Water based ink needs special machine, Ink must be dry
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Advantage and Disadvantage of Laminating
Advantage: Improve durability, Protection Disadvantage: Expensive process
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Advantage and Disadvantage of Foil Application
Advantage: Quality and Luxury enhancement Disadvantage: Expensive process
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Card 2

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Laminating

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Sandwiching document between layers of plastics. It adds layer of protective coating (glossy or matte) while improving its sturdiness and water resistance.

Card 3

Front

Varnishing

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Foil Application

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Advantage and Disadvantage of Embossing

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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