The visual effect of white ink printing
Four-color printing is C (cyan), M (magenta), Y (yellow), and K (black). It is impossible to print white, so design white in the file and this area is not printed during printing, The previous question is that the selected paper is white. The application of white ink is usually used to cover the color of the paper to provide a white base effect, especially on transparent and metallic papers, which can prevent light from passing through and affecting other colors.
Partial white ink
Used to brighten specific areas. For example, some graphics or texts want to be clearly displayed to consumers. In order to prevent the color of the paper material from affecting the display, white ink is printed in a specific area.
The entire background of the graphics (including transparent areas) is covered with white ink printing. White ink is the background color, which makes the overall printing color more saturated and prominent, especially on transparent and metallic paper.
A saturated white ink overlay is usually made by screen printing. Traditional screen printing facilities require secondary processing. Xinxing Label’s most advanced printing machine can flexibly combine printing processes and can handle roll-to-roll screen printing, providing high-quality self-adhesive labels, medium and large quantities, and a cost-effective production model.