Whether printing Lenticular Business Cards, Postcards, Trading Cards or any other type of card, these jobs are not for newbies.
With all the dazzling visual effects possible, the 3D creation process for everything from billboards to business card printing presents special challenges that need to be handled by experts like the exceptional technicians on staff at OptiGraphics.
We’ve learned to avoid defects that frequently trip up printers with less experience
- Color synchronization—often the result of imperfect printing conditions or adjustments;
- Doubling of images or lack of Clarity; and
- Phasing, usually caused when sloppy or inexperienced hands cut lenticular materials.
These causes and many more that arise during the print-prep process are why you should always carefully consider which 3D printing company you hire to handle a such a job. When performed by masters, the results are spectacular, but lenticular jobs are far more challenging than most standard print runs.
From the days when it was best known for producing the wee fun prizes found inside Cracker Jack boxes during World War II to the 21st Century, when the most sophisticated lenticular images are considered fine art, the process once known for producing silly “wiggle pictures” has evolved to the point where all the world’s top ad agencies and marketing firms use this printing technology to create campaigns for Fortune 500 clients.
Sanyo, McDonald’s and AT&T are just a few of these A-list corporations OptiGraphics’ has served over the past few decades, during which we’ve developed a reputation as the “go-to” holographic printer for everything from in-store signage and trade show signs, to posters, banners, trading cards and so many other forms of printing options.
Call us today for a free consultation. With more than 43 years of high-end printing experience, our OptiGraphics family loves describing the print options available to clients of all sizes, including smaller mom & pop organizations that want to advertise their products or services using the same printing technology that helps our Fortune 500 clients stay on top.