Raised Spot UV Invitations and Greeting Cards with Texture (Greeting Cards and Invitations)
Raised Spot UV on Invitations and Greeting Cards
Description of the Product:
- This product is made of thick 16 Point Card Stock.
- Fully covered with a velvet-feel lamination on both sides of the card.
- On top of the velvet, a 3-dimensional layer of spot UV is applied in the designed areas.
- The area where raised spot UV is to be applied should not exceed 30% of the total area.
Results observed by users of this product:
- Raised UV provides your printed piece with an eye-catching texture that makes images and text pop.
- Memorable experience with these products
A printed matt substrate comes to life with raised spot UV applied strategically bringing intensity, inspiration and emotion to business cards that otherwise would not generate the interest that flat cards would.
How to order this product:
When ordering this product, for each side where the spot raised UV is to be applied, we will need you to provide 2 files:
#1 - A printing CMYK file as you would normally do. The file must have cut marks and bleed if necessary
#2 - A second file, which should be a vector file. This second file must register with the first one. Using cut marks for registration is the best way to go. This file will only contain graphics either in white or black 100% k=100. The black areas will indicate where the raised spot UV will be applied. No half tones, no gradients. Only 100% black is admissible.
Our graphics team can create those additional files for you if you order that service
Difference between Raised Spot UV vs Regular Spot UV
- Regular spot UV has a thin layer of UV varnish on top of designed areas, modifying the reflective condition of the areas where the UV is applied.
- Raised Spot UV not only changes the reflective condition, but it does it in a way not seen in the regular method. The fact that the UV is so thick, allows for the reflections and light to easily call the attention to the areas where the raised spot UV has been applied.
This product is unlike anything seen before. This is way to provide some dimensional depth to a commercial product.
Some historical reference:
In the reinasance, painters have played with thickness in their work, but this is the first time when this effect is achievable so masively and at a contained cost.