Take You to Understand The Common Printing Process of Notebook CoverUpdate:27 May 2022

LOGO, notebook cover design is essential. So after designing the color tone of the book cover, what should I do if I want to become "high-end and high-end"? The printing process can be understood. But with so many printing processes, how to choose?

In today's article, I will share with you the 5 most common printing processes that are best used.

1. Hot stamping/silvering use hot stamping paper treated with anodized aluminum or color film and coated with adhesive on the back, and transfer it to the printed matter by heating and pressing the metal plate. In addition to paper, bronzing can also be used on leather or plastic, and can also be combined with embossing processing. The finished product is very shiny and very eye-catching.

2. The UV ink used in UV varnishing UV printing needs to be cured and dried by ultraviolet rays, and the ink containing the photosensitizer is matched with the UV curing lamp. Coating a layer of varnish (including gloss, matte, inlaid crystal, glitter powder, etc.) on the pattern that needs to be highlighted is mainly to increase the brightness and artistic effect of the product, which is one of the most important contents in the printing industry.

3. The scientific name of embossing / embossing / embossing is embossing, and the surface of the printed matter is made into a pattern or texture with a three-dimensional (convex / concave) effect through pressure by using a template. Divided into cheap ordinary corrosion version and expensive laser embossed version.

4. Die-cutting is also called "beer", which refers to a wood-cutting process in the post-processing of printed matter. The die-cutting process can make a die-cutting knife plate according to the pre-designed graphics for cutting, so that the shape of the printed matter is no longer. Limit, increase expressiveness.

5. Matte, also known as UV imitation metal etching printing, is a layer of uneven translucent ink printed on a substrate with metallic mirror gloss (such as gold, silver cardboard, etc.), and then cured by ultraviolet light (UV). Etching or frosting the surface of the print, making the product more aesthetic and more durable.


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