When it comes to large format printing, commonly there are concerns about its outdoor durability. To meet your company’s needs of outdoor advertising, J Point offers lamination of promotional materials to preserve the imprinted image thereupon.
Clients should not be concerned any more about the impact of sun and high temperatures, harmful effects of UV rays, snow and winter, rain and other adverse weather effects on your outdoor advertising sites. Our wide range of lamination services will guarantee that in the long run your advertising materials will preserve their bright colours, remain durable and intact from adverse weather.
Our experts offer different types of lamination, according to the specific purpose.
We offer Cold Laminate. It is commonly used when extensibility and flexibility is required during installation or for reuse of promotional products. It is an excellent solution for branding of vehicles, placement of stickers on shop-fronts and retail shelves, as well as any other sites of oval, curved or generally irregular shapes.
We also offer Hot Laminate. It is a thin protective film imprinted by heating at high temperature. It is stretchy, but sufficiently reliable and well applicable on different planes, as well as on straight or smooth surfaces.
You can always contact our professionals at the details on our website and ask for advice and assistance in the selection of laminates.
Cardboard backing is a polygraphic term (originally from French), which literally means sticking or overlaying with paper. In this technology, pre-printed cardboard is reinforced by overlaying with corrugated paper or other material. Most often stacking is used to solidify packages, which should withstand the load of heavier goods. In many cases, however, stacking finds additional applications for a variety of purposes, such as placing a solid mat for photographs, digitally printed images, various boards, signs, cards, etc.
The printing house J Point offers stacking of mainly self-adhesive foil on comatex, Plexiglas, cardboard. If you have any specific requirements or you are not sure whether your print materials need stacking, you are welcome to contact our experts for advice. You can contact us through the menu “Contacts” or find us at the following addresses.