digital printing services at Unifoil Corporation

Digital Brilliance! Unilustre® DI & Ultralustre® DI:
Our DI coating brings the impact of Metallized substrates to digital printing.

Unifoil’s DI Coating delivers the dynamic impact of Unilustre® and Ultralustre® on substrates specifically engineered for digital printing. Our proprietary DI coating for Unilustre® and Ultralustre® is the only metallic substrate certified by HP for use with HP Indigo Printers and is compatible with most major digital printers such as Agfa, Xerox and Epson.

Our DI coating brings large format digital printing services to a whole other level by providing unparalleled visual impact. It is available on any of our metallic silver or stock and custom holographic patterns.

100% recyclable, 100% repulpable
Now, you can completely re-think what’s possible in IML, IMD and other specialty applications.

Ultralustre® is our patented, 100% recyclable, metallized synthetic substrate that is revolutionizing the printing and packaging industry. It delivers the visual impact of foil and film laminates with none of the environmental and production challenges. Ultralustre is perfect for use in in-mold label applications because the absence of lamination alleviates any possibility of curling or wrinkling. You get a perfectly smooth application with the most eye-catching look possible. Ultralustre provides designers and packaging specifiers the ability to take their ideas to the next level and captures attention like never before. It delivers a true on-shelf marketing advantage.

Ultralustre is available in metallic silver, stock and custom holographic patterns and with advanced holographic security options. Ultralustre can be applied selectively to the substrate through our patented process. With the addition of color and embossing, your design options are truly endless.

Recyclable Ultralustre is designed to satisfy consumer-product-goods companies’ sustainability initiatives. Non-laminated and film-free, it is compatible with recyclable and regrindable IML and IMD applications. Ultralustre materials contribute to source reduction, use less energy and fewer materials compared with alternative products, are less expensive to ship, and can significantly reduce a company’s carbon footprint.

Ultralustre can be used on a variety of substrates, from 2 – 36 gauge thicknesses — so it’s perfect for cups, transaction cards, tubes, food packaging, signage and displays. Our Ultralustre DI coating is approved for use with HP Indigo and is compatible with most major digital printers.