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What is 3D Lenticular?
3D Lenticular - What is Lenticular
3D Lenticular Flipping (or views changing) is always the first choice. Different images could be seen when the card is tilted or seen from different angles. You could combine 2-3 different images, e.g. put your product's image or marketing message in one frame and your company's name or logo in another.

Dimensional (or 3D) is another popular choice because of its appealing and eye-catching characteristics. Unlike FLIPPING, the image does not change or move, but you could see different objects of the same images being separated into different spatial layers. If it is used as a poster, it helps to enhance the effectiveness of your Custom Imprinted promotional gifts when passerby is lured to hold the steps. If it is used as a small gift and premium items, it could prolong the life of your marketing messages as the potential customers usually keep these unique images together with your message as collectible. The returns of your investment will be enhanced.

Lenticular Printing is a method by which normally flat, static images can convey depth and motion. The "magic" of the image is an optical illusion created by a plastic sheet covered with many rows of tiny lenses.

An image must be specially prepared to match the lens. This image usually starts as multiple images. These images are interlaced together; that is they are sliced up into strips and blended together into one image. The size of these strips is determined by the lenticular lens that will be used, and the resolution of the printing device.

Each lens on the lenticular sheet magnifies a small portion of the image beneath it. As the viewing angle of the lens changes, a different portion of the image is magnified. That is why lenticular images appear to change as the viewing angle changes.

Left & Right (Vertical)
Lenticular lens - Left & right (vertical)
Up & Down (Horizontal)
Lenticular lens - Up & down (horizontal)

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