Printing on the Front and Printing on the Back

Pre Press

Typically, when printing on paper for example, designs are printed on the front. However since Clear Files are printed on clear material, we actually print the designs onto the back of the material, allowing the design to “show through” to the other side. (Think of it like looking at the design from the other side of a window.)

Printing on the reverse side allows us to prevent the ink from getting scratched or damaged, thus making the file more durable. It also allows us to preserve the natural sheen and transparency of the plastic.

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