What is lenticular printing?
The Lenticular printing process utilizes a combination of specially prepared graphics and lenticular lens to create printed images that have the illusion of depth or motion. Lenticular lens is made up of repeating rows of convex lenses (lenticules) on the front surface of the material, and a flat surface on the back side of the material that can either be printed on directly, or have a pre-printed graphic mounted to it.
The process of preparing graphics for use with a lenticular lens is commonly called “interlacing”. An interlaced image is made up of repeating slices of multiple images that are either multiple views of one scene for 3D, or multiple frames of an animated or multi-image sequence. The interlaced image is then printed in register to the lenticular lens, and can have a variety of visual effects when viewed from different angles.
Call2Print does not have this UV printer but our partner has, they can do it. Please contact our customer service people for more information.