The abbreviation of ultraviolet (UV) is a special ink treatment process in the printing industry, also known as UV glazing process. The part of the album cover that needs to be highlighted after local UV treatment can be more understood. For example, the logo part will have a convex feeling and special brightness after local UV treatment. The text and pictures after UV treatment, More texture, more three-dimensional, more artistic, playing the finishing touch effect. Take a look at the effect of local UV below.
According to the area of UV, it is divided into: full version UV and local UV.
Local UV has just given an example, but the full page UV effect is generally not very obvious. On the surface, it is similar to varnish, but it is brighter than varnish, but it does not protect the surface of printed matter, while varnish can protect the surface of printed matter, such as preventing scratches. Smell it with your nose. It smells bad. It smells like plastic paste.
UV inks are also divided into many kinds. These inks often have special luster and texture, including mirror ink, frosted ink, foaming ink, wrinkle ink, hammer ink, colored sand ink, snowflake ink, ice flower ink, pearlescent ink, crystal ink, laser ink and so on. Mirror UV is common to us. It can be seen from the literal meaning that after local UV is applied to a certain part of the print, the surface looks like a mirror and feels very smooth by hand. Compared with other parts of the print, the local UV has an obvious boundary and a three-dimensional feeling.
The equipment used for UV curing is called UV curing machine. The principle is to cure UV ink through UV irradiation. Local UV can be implemented either after coating or directly on printed matter, but in order to highlight the effect of local UV. Generally, it is carried out after the printing is covered with film, and most of them are covered with sub film, accounting for about 80% of local UV products. After UV printing, it is generally difficult to recycle.濟南印刷廠講解的內容 更多的內容 請咨詢公司官網http://www.mosstuckerlaw.com/