Learn about some types of photo printing and effective print preservation experience
For plastic injection images:
It covers both sides of the product with a thin layer of plastic.
The two plastic edges spilled out of the image and stuck together by high temperature. Photo products are pressed through the machine to remove most of the air at 200 degrees Celsius. So the image will be very well protected, not exposed to the outside air environment.
The durability of the product is pressed and the field lasts over time. If you soak the water without impacting it, it will never damage the image.
Because plastic paper of Focus 120 mic is made of plastic material so it is not oxidized. Really plastic injection is an optimal option to protect your photograph or any important publication.
For photo of silk pressing
Photos are printed on photographic paper, then used by a cold press to apply a layer of translucent silk to the surface of the photo. Unlike plastic extruded images, silk-pressed images only squeeze one side of the image and there are no 4 extra heads, which are highly aesthetic.
Currently UV coating images are gradually replaced by its usability and durability. So what is UV photo coating? UV-coated photo is a method of coating a layer of plastic glue (like the photo in the wedding album) thin on the surface of the image, making the image more glossy, than the silk rolling. A bit more expensive than silk and plastic photos, you’ll have a durable photo like a silk photo, like a plastic photo.
Print photos on wood
Besides paper photos with high durability, many people choose a more optimal way to preserve their photos by printing photos on wood. With 3 types of popular wood images today such as silk wood, mirror and mica photos.
Printing photos on wood has an extremely durable strength “rice bowl money”: not peeling, curling edges, color fading, flying colors, easy to clean. But to keep them the best possible, we still have to comply with the above printed image preservation rules and regularly clean the image surface with a soft cloth to avoid scratching the image surface.
In particular, in order to preserve wood well, the goal is that the wood moisture content does not rise, causing the phenomenon of white and green mold to stick to the edges of the wood. The face should be face down and the surface should not be scratched, preserving the wood image carefully will extend the life of the image to several tens of years …
Once you have good photos, nothing is better than choosing them for a suitable location to look at and watch; convenient for image preservation.
Many families have chosen to put photos on each frame, or their bosses are perfect in photo albums to become a lively diary.
It will help to prevent images from curling or crimping, which is very convenient to keep them as new.