What Is A Laminate And What Does Lamination Mean In Print Terms?
A laminate is a thin, transparent, plastic sheet that is applied as a coating to printed items. They prevent solid blocks of ink from cracking, as well as offering additional protection against wear and tear, and spills.
Laminations can be single or double sided and are recommended for use on thicker paper stocks and items intended for regular use, such as book covers, postcards, and business cards.
Types of Laminations
- Matt: A matt lamination adds depth to your designs.
- Gloss: A Gloss lamination adds vibrancy to colours.
- Soft Touch: A Soft Touch lamination offers a luxurious finish.
We offer lamination on relevant products; you should choose this if you want to protect your designs or if you want some depth and vibrancy to the colours.