Fortis - Drukarnia Zielona Góra

Lenticular printing – 3D print

This is what we are the best at. Lenticular printing technique allows you to create a new generation of marketing tools.

Information presented this way reinforces the message and stays longer in the viewers memory. Our extensive experience allows us to implement various visions of our customers, which wouldn't be possible without the use of lenticular printing method.

With this metod we can obtain a variety of effects, such as:

3D - the effect of spaciousness and depth. Allows to "pull out"
an element from a flat surface. This gives even ordinary images
a unique and special character;

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Flip - 'flipping' between images; motives are visible alternately depending on the angle of view, in directions: 'right - left' or 'up - down'.

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Morphing - smooth, gradual transition of one image into another;

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Zoom - the illusion of zooming in and out of objects, giving the impression
of animation.

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Animation - the effect of smooth movement without the use of electronics. It involves interpenetration of a sequence of photos, giving the illusion of motion.
The change can occur in the 'up-down' direction.

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What is lenticular printing?

Lenticular printing is a technology that combines a properly prepared image with a specialized foil on which the lenses are embossed. The finished image usually consists of two different graphics that interpenetrate when viewed from the proper angle. To achieve the right effect, the lenses must be perfectly matched with the image, so the lens print is very difficult to obtain at home. Knowledge of specialist software is necessary to prepare the image.

The functioning of lenses can be compared to a magnifying glass - they zoom in on the part of the image under the foil. Change in the viewing angle changes the image under the lenses, which results in a movement or depth effect. If the lenses are in parallel with both eyes of the observer, they can only see one image per angle of view. If the observer looks at the lens perpendicularly, each eye will see a different picture. Thanks to this property we are able to achieve the 3D effect.

3D printing is often applied when preparing promotional gadgets. We use it, among others to create mouse pads or advertising magnets.