UV Varnishing

Description of UV Varnishing | spot UV

UV is short for ultraviolet, UV Varnish also called UV coating. A UV Varnish is a liquid coating which is applied to the surface of a plain surface (available in Glossy, Matt finish) which is then dried/cured with an ultraviolet light. It is to make the requested printed area showed up with an eye-catching effect. After UV varnishing, the surface will be thicker than uncoated area and seems glossy. If your package needs somewhere stand out of the printing, then spot UV is a good solution. It is always being used for LOGO, cartoon, text and so on. It is being proceeded after offset printing and surface finish (glossy or matt varnishing and lamination).

How Does UV varnish work on the paper packaging?

With box packing solution team, we creatively adapt them to cosmetic packaging, food box, mailer box, display box and another paper packaging.

Spot UV varnish business card name card

Spot UV varnish business card

Full over UV finish, add value to your business.

UV finished greeting card invitation card

UV finished greeting card invitation card

A red printed folding card

Top & bottom box with lid full UV varnish

Top & bottom box with lid full UV varnish

Tea packaging box, top full of UV varnished, ribbon handle.

Mechanical keyboard packaging box

Mechanical keyboard packaging box

Paper sleeve printed with UV, high-lighted brand and logo.

Spot UV varnish cardboard gift box

Spot UV varnish cardboard gift box postage box

1.5mm duplex board coated with black matt art paper.

Digital phone case packaging box

digital phone case packaging box

Water-based UV oil, make the box spot shiny.

Advantages of UV varnish

– Highest gloss and rub-resistance – 100% solid, multiple times using will not change its composition. – Fast dry – Fast quality check after it comes out from UV light – Environment green From the scale of UV varnishing, you can choose a full area or spot UV.

Our UV machine and video

fast respond UV printing machine

Fast respond UV printing machine. Here is a video of UV printing process.

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