All three of these processes require a plate to complete the process but allows you to add additional elements that would not normally be added to digital labels. This will help give you that extra little “something” to help stand out.
Hot Stamping - Due to the process of digital printing, adding a metallic color onto clear or wine paper with ink is not possible. However, this effect can be achieved through a foil stamping process. The metallic design is cut from our foil substrate and stamped on top of your label to achieve a dazzling metallic design.
Embossing - Often used in combination with foil or hologram stamping, embossing alters the surface of paper stock or other substrates by providing a three-dimensional or raised effect on selected areas. This is commonly used in wine, gourmet foods, and high-end beauty products.
Selective Varnish (Spot UV) - This process incorporates an additional layer of gloss varnish on top of the matte laminated label. That will allow to further outline specific elements of the label and create a unique look for your product line.