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We supply 75 LPI, 62 LPI ,100 LPI and 60 LPI lenticular sheet material formats. Our products are designed and manufactured for the precise application of an appropriately interlaced image direct to the backside gloss surface of the lenticular sheet. The most common and effective choice of the graphic industry is to imprint the lenticular sheet on lithographic offset equipment which provides optimum press control, efficient print management, and the highest possible quality imaging capabilities.

The 75 LPI lenticular sheet is the most popular plastic lens design material imprinted worldwide. It is a utility lens equally effective at delivering both 3dimesional and animated imaging effects. This lens sheet design is generally recommended and used for final image sizes smaller than 8 x 10 (20cm x25cm) and is particularly effective for volume projects. It has broad imaging product applications including sales promotion premiums, direct mail, retail product, packaging, and in-store programs. [specifications]

The 62 LPI lenticular sheet was designed for larger image sizes yet still fully functional for smaller premium classed products such as ISO credit cards. The lens sheet design is very effective when imprinted using lithographic offset reproduction equipment and is particularly pleasing for 3D imaging while equally effective for flips or animations. It is essentially designated as a display and signage lens design for volume productions with a very high degree of effectiveness in point of purchase applications. [specifications]

The 100 LPI lenticular sheet was developed for thinner gauge applications such as may be required for packaging, direct mail programs or laminated products. As a high pitch lens sheet, this material will require more demanding graphic art, prepress and print management since the tolerances will be more stringent and less forgiving. While the thinner material warrants a slightly lower overall cost, we recommend only the most accomplished lenticular image producers utilize this lens design format. [specifications]

The 60 LPI lenticular sheet was designed specifically for large flip images such is required for in store and other point of purchase applications. With a lower lenticule count per inch and a 54 degree wide angle, this lens design provides the printer with a simple solution to deliver larger images which need to animate cleanly and is an efficient print performance lens which greatly reduces waste concerns in these more demanding imaging requirements.[specifications]

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