Take Your Design to New Heights with Raised Spot UV

New! Raised Spot UV Gloss

Looking for a showstopper for your next networking event? Turn heads with our raised Spot UV business cards and postcards. Chic and classy, Raised Spot UV is sure to heighten your style. The raised glossy texture truly elevates your design, a perfect contrast to the 19PT velvet laminated stock it is currently available. Raised Spot UV can […]

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Looking for a showstopper for your next networking event? Turn heads with our raised Spot UV business cards and postcards. Chic and classy, Raised Spot UV is sure to heighten your style. The raised glossy texture truly elevates your design, a perfect contrast to the 19PT velvet laminated stock it is currently available. Raised Spot UV can be used to create highlights, dimension, and contrast.

Spot UV Comparison

Our regular Spot UV is a flat finish, a shiny gloss layer that is applied where you’re seeking an area of high gloss coating. Raised Spot UV uses a similar process, except the applied UV is raised off the card. You can actually feel raised Spot UV when you run your fingers over it. Both are available on our 19PT velvet laminated stock. Regular Spot UV is printed offset, and raised Spot UV is printed digitally.Raised vs Standard Spot UV Gloss

Raised Spot UV is available to be printed on the front or both sides on our  2” x 3.5” 19PT velvet laminated business cards in quantities of 100 and 250. However, we hope to be able to offer it on both sides in the near future for our 4” x 6” 19PT velvet laminated postcards.

Raised Spot UV Mask File Setup

The file mask for raised Spot UV business cards and postcards must be submitted as a 100%K (100% Black) vector file. 

How to Set Up Raised Spot UV Mask File

If you have any questions regarding raised Spot UV please let one of our awesome Customer Service Representatives know, and they’ll be happy to assist you.

Elizabeth Heffner

Elizabeth is the Content Writer at Primoprint. She’s responsible for crafting and copy editing creative content. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys traveling, indulging her inner foodie and trying new restaurants, and exploring Charlotte’s cultural arts scene.