After Printing - The Lamination Effect on Paper Products

As a way of protecting and decorating the surface of printed matter, lamination accounts for a large share of post-press processing. Just walk into a bookstore and you will find that most book is in this way. Lamination process



The processing technology of covering the surface of the printed matter with a plastic film, and using an adhesive to bond it together after heating and pressing to form a printed matter that integrates paper and plastic.

Classification: There are two types of glossy lamination and matte lamination.


Characteristic: 1. The glossy lamination has a bright surface and strong expressiveness; 2. The surface of the print covered with matte lamination is non-reflective and elegant. Therefore, the lamination process is widely used in various types of packaging and decoration prints, planners, journals, books, calendars, maps, etc. in various binding forms. It is a very popular surface processing technology for printed products. The lamination process entered our country in the 1980s. Due to its many advantages, it became popular in the country in a very short time, and gradually became the darling of the surface decoration of books and periodicals.