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Fresnels Foil Technology Suited for Security

CHINA | Fresnels announces new optically variable foil (OVF) nanotechnology label stock for improved product security design. The Peacock label stock comes in rolls to 600 mm wide, print treated, and ready for printing and die-cutting. It is available in transparent and opaque versions. 

Company says the move comes in response to demand from security product manufacturers and converters of pressure-sensitive labels who require the color-changing effects of Peacock but lack the ability to apply the color changing foil.

Said to be easy to use, robust, and secure, Peacock stamping foil has been inspired by the iridescence found in nature to deliver an arresting palette of colors and contemporary effects that can be applied by brand owners, printers, and converters using standard foil application techniques.

The advanced color change features captured in the designs reportedly are difficult to replicate and can therefore be adopted for use as an added-value, cost-effective, foil-based anti-counterfeiting device for ID documents.


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