3D Holographic Printing Effects Come to Life in New Videol
Breit Technologies has launched a new video that visually captures the 3D holographic effects of the firm’s Cast & Cure decorative finishes for visually enhancing the look and feel of brand packaging.
(Overland Park, KS) – Decorative Cast & Cure (C2) films from Breit Technologies are used by leading printers and brand owners to create dynamic looking product packaging, to create unique brand appearances, and to enhance brand protection. Now, holographic C2 film effects can be seen in a new dazzling 3D presentation on the company’s new Film Sample Video (www.breit-tech.com/shopDisplayCategories.asp). The video captures over 20 unique holographic film effects including a linen and brushed texture finish. In addition, Breit Technologies offers Cast & Cure films for creating rich matte finishes as well as ultra-high gloss.
The company’s proprietary C2 films can be applied as high resolution spot as well as flood finishes to paper, film and other substrates. Unique finishes are created when film patterns are impressed into varnished surfaces and cured with LED, UV or EB sources. C2 films can be reused multiple times, providing excellent cost economies on volume runs. C2 films can also be run on several types of cold foil stations or with Breit Technologies’ custom machine lines available for narrow web, wide web and sheet-fed applications.
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About Breit Technologies:
Breit Technologies is the world leader of the Cast and Cure™ technology, a decorative coating process for package printers that forms unique, high quality surface finishes such as ultra high gloss, matte, texture and holographic patterns. These effects are ideal for creating visual impact and product differentiation on retail shelves and are often incorporated as an anti-counterfeiting feature. Today Breit Technologies is a global supplier of Cast and Cure solutions to customers in over 50 countries, providing both the specialized high-speed equipment as well as a vast inventory of films with an extensive array of finishing patterns. Equipment is available for sheet fed applications, narrow to wide web applications, and can be integrated with existing processes in-line, off-line or in by-pass mode. The process uses eco-friendly, VOC-free inks and varnishes, is less expensive than hot and cold foil stamping, and can use UV, LED or EB curing.
Source: Breit Technologies