- October 01, 2009
Multifilm Packaging, Elgin, IL, is introducing its D-Met de-metallization process, which partly removes metal from a metallized film, leaving a clear window in an otherwise metallized design. Product manager Len Brooker says, “Backing printing inks with a metallized film typically gives the packaging excellent visual appeal as the colors appear metallic and shiny. The problem is that you can't see the product inside the bag. With D-Met, we remove specific parts of the metal to reveal the product inside, while still backing the printing inks with metal. The product is displayed like a clear window bag, and the colors have the brilliance of a metallized bag. It's truly the best of both worlds!”
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