Semmax Printing Feature Explained

Colors Type

CMYK : This model of printing is a subtractive colour model. The name also describes the process of printing itself.

Pantone Matching System : This the general and standardized colour producing system. By standardizing shades and colours, those who are in different industries and companies can refers to the Pantone system to ensure that colours match.

PMS and CMYK Color

Spot UV : Unlike the previous options, the spot UV specifically spot treats a part of the box with a UV coating, opposed to having the whole box UC treated.

Spot UV

Gloss Lamination : This is less of a varnish or coating and more of a thin film that is pressed on to the box surface. The gloss lamination provides a clear and shiny surface that optimizes bright colors.

Matte Lamination : The matte also utilizes a thin film over the box surface, like the gloss lamination. The matte lamination gives a soft look while also reducing unsightly glares. The matte lamination is also commonly referred to as the True Crystal.

Debossing : Debossing is the opposite of embossing, where the pressure is applied down on to the outside of the box to create debossing.

Embossing : This option lets you create sculpted designs and text on the surface. The material is “pushed” from the inside to create a 3D texture.

Foil Stamping : Application of pigment or metallic foil, often gold or silver to paper where a heated die is stamped onto the foil, making it adhere to the surface leaving the design of the die on the paper.

Perforation : Perforation is done by assembling a sequence of small holes that serve the purpose of easily being removed. For example, a box flap could have perforation along the edge so that the flap can be removed hassle free.

Window Patching : This is a plastic film that is spread over a window.