Lamination films for paper and cardboard applications
Suitable for wine boxes, packaging cardboard, and packaging materials
Lamination films can provide excellent protection from abrasion or soiling because the PET polyester film is retained on the surface. Furthermore, the PET polyester film is adaptable to any post-printing process and offers countless creativity in graphic designs. Therefore lamination films find their way into mostly graphic art film segments like packaging boxes, greeting cards, gift bags, and shoe materials. And often to laminate onto substrates such as PP, ABS, PS, PVC, PE, treated woods, and papers.
Besides the exceptional property of water-proof and scratch resistance, Ginkgo's lamination films also give luxury packaging exquisite textures and a premium tactile feel. As a result, lamination films are now commonly utilized by multiple brands, the paper industry, the packaging industry, and design firms.
Vision and evolution of lamination films
Ginkgo continues developing versatile formulations to expand the endless packaging design possibilities available to customers.
Because of lamination film's extensive range of applications, Ginkgo has provided our foils over China, Turkey, Japan, Taiwan, and the United States.
If you are interested in our products, please don't hesitate to contact us. Ginkgo will provide the best solution for you while delivering consistency and reliability.
- Suggested Production Method: Lamination Film
- Types of Suitable Material: PVC, Paper, PU
- Working Process: Roll-On Stamping
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Lamination film could be fully attached to various substrates such as plastic and paper, allowing them to exhibit gloss. The difference between hot stamping foil and lamination film is the PET film layer is kept after the laminating process, leaving an extra protection to the surface of the products, keep moisture and oxygen away. It could work as a protective film. It also has better abrasion resistance and scratch resistance than general hot stamping foil, and have great adhesion to various substrates such as labels, greeting cards, wine bottles, packaging paper boxes, lampshades, etc.
Release film is coating with release agents on PET film would allow the surface to detach from other substances and avoid viscous materials. It is evenly coated, intact surface and high transparency. Could be applied to various composite materials as functional transfer, or used for transfer and release. It applied to electronics industry, printing industry and so forth.
Hot stamping foil for plastic packaging has high chemical resistance and good adhesion to various plastic materials so the trademark or logo of the products won't come off. Suitable for industries such as cosmetics product packaging materials, household appliances and so forth.
Digital foil is digital printing with metallic touch. Injecting UV varnish on substrates such as general paper, printing paper, OPP lamination material, and polyethylene terephthalate material. Processed through UV hardened system and hot stamping. Metallic shine transferred onto UV varnish brings out the glossy effects on products and shows the finest details.