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|SLIP-DP90-42||Slipcase-42DP||Slipcase for Discpack90-42||Standard Gloss Board
Reverse Board Matte Finish
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The Discpack90-42 slipcase is a classy and attractive cover for your Discpack90-42 disc packaging option. The slipcase is a protective sleeve that the disc packaging can slide into which is open at one end only with a “thumb cut”, so that the disc packaging can be inserted from the open side and easily extracted. The slipcase prevents the disc packaging from opening and exposing the disc to potential damage or loss, it also serves to keep the disc packaging in premium condition.
The slipcase can be printed onto in the same fashion as the disc packaging and is available in the same range of finishes as detailed below. There are two main printed panels (front and rear) and also the top, bottom and closed end spine areas of the slipcase can also accept a printed image.
Download a template for your Discpack90-42 Slipcase to see how the printed panels are arranged.
As with all Discpack90 CD, DVD and Blu-ray DVD packaging, the discpack90-42 slipcase is constructed using premium quality, precision cut cardstock.
Our range of CD packaging and DVD packaging finishes:
Standard Gloss Board – Our standard printed card finish
Reverse Board Matt Finish – Reverse board printing results in a smooth, natural matt finish. Basically, the print is applied to the uncoated side of the cardstock. The uncoated side of the card absorbs more ink than the coated side but we allow for the higher absorption rate when the print run is set up so that you can be sure of a fully professional, even finish to your CD or DVD packaging.
Gloss Lamination – This finish results in a printed card product that has a highly glossy surface by laying a very thin, clear plastic layer onto the surface of the card. This reinforces the card packaging which makes it more durable and also water splash resistant.
Matt Lamination – This finish involves the application of a thin, clear plastic film to the surface of the card. The plastic has a satin finish rather than a glossy finish as with the gloss lamination process described previously. Again, this process makes the packaging more robust and splash resistant. The difference between gloss and matt lamination processes is that the resulting matt laminated CD packaging or DVD packaging has a smooth, less reflective finish when handled than the gloss laminated card.
Environmentally friendly – Both the plastic and cardboard components that make up the Discpack CD packaging and DVD packaging are 100% recyclable.