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We provide you with the most exceptional laminating service for your business needs. Lamination is the technique which is used to manufacture a material in different layers. The products manufactured by our company have excellent strength, stability, insulation and perfect appearance. Lamination makes your papers and documents more durable and prevent them from going flimsy.
Screen Printing is a technique in which a mesh is used to transfer the ink on the material, leaving the areas which are blocked by the stencil. The mesh is filled with inks and a reverse stroke is made which causes the screen to come close and the apertures are filled with the inks in the mesh. Screen Printing is the best option to go for when you want to have a higher level of vibrancy, print on the dark-colored sheets or for specialty products.
Security Printing is the field in which items like Banknotes, Cheques, Passports, Tamper-evident labels, Product Authentication, Stock Certificates, Stamps and ID Cards. Security printing is done in order to stop reproduction for fraudulent purposes, modulating or ostensibly. Commonly used techniques are traditional offset and flexographic presses.
Offset Printing is the most commonly used technique that is applied. In this technique, the inked image is transferred from the plate to a rubber blanket and then to the printing surface. This technique works with the lithographic process that makes the surface water and oil repellent. Offset printing uses a Plano-graphic image carrier on which the image to be printed fetches the ink from ink rollers.