Do you know what UV coating stands for?

What can a UV coating do for me?

UV coating can be applied to many different types of papers, camera lenses and sunglasses too.

Looking to draw attention to your printed piece? UV coating might be the ideal finishing touch to you.

It is a matte or glossy coating applied to the press sheet after your job has printed. It is applied by a separate machine and dries almost instantaneously when exposed to UV curing lights.

The UV coating can be applied to the entire project (Flood UV), or to a particular area (Spot UV).
Here are a few reasons to use a UV coating on your project:

  1. Richer-looking colors—Gloss UV coatings make colors appear deeper.
  2. A super high-gloss finish is desired, more than can be accomplished with a gloss AQ or varnish.
  3. You want to draw attention to particular areas of your piece by having UV applied to certain photos/logos/design elements/etc.
  4. Protects against moisture.

Looking at using UV coatings to enhance your project?
Stop by to see samples of flood and spot UV.
We’re located in the San Fernando Valley, convenient to Burbank, Glendale, Los Angeles, Santa Clarita, Thousand Oaks, Moorpark and Simi Valley.
Or give us a call, we’ll be happy to go over your project with you: 818-709-1220.

Oh…to answer the question of what does the UV stand for? It stands for Ultra Violet.

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