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Derprosa: Laminating film
SoFT TOUcH® is a film for lamination developed by the Spanish firm Derprosa.
The company’s hard work and dedication have produced the first BOPP film with tactile properties which, as well as protecting the print, offers excellent adherence for stampings and varnishes; furthermore, glues can be applied either hot or cold for making boxes or cases.
Thanks to a strong commitment to innovation, Derprosa has managed to improve the product, solving practical problems and giving the SoFT TOUcH® film its excellent qualities, which has resulted in a warm welcome by the international market.
With the success of SoFT TOUcH®, other products of similar characteristics and appearance have been launched. However, in practice, these do not perform their function correctly, giving results that are counterproductive for their brand. Only SoFT TOUcH® from Derprosa guarantees the preservation of the SoFT coating without losing the velvety feel, offering full resistance to water and alcohol and highlighting colours with an effect that is 50% more matt than a standard film.
Innovation applied to an existing product has allowed Derprosa to develop other films within this same range: a matt metallic version that allows colour printing with metallic effects without the need for metallic inks, and a black version of the film called Elegance Black that incorporates colour directly on the film while maintaining all the SoFT TOUcH® qualities. It can also be obtained in a special version for lamination on digital printing, with dark backgrounds or a large amount of ink.
By focussing on the creation of original films we can vouch for the quality of finishes on exclusive products whose image needs to be taken care of. Derprosa offers the guarantee of an established leader in the industry, able to provide unique lamination solutions for exclusive and luxury products.
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