DSM Skins® give your branding ideas character. We’re the bases of a family of powerful overprint varnishes that add funky tactile effects to all kinds of packaging. These special coatings unleash a world of creative opportunities for food and non-food packaging whether on coated or uncoated papers, boards, plastics and even aluminum. Giving a Wow Factor that other packaging just can’t touch!
DSM Skins® are a family of powerful overprint varnishes that can add all kinds of great finishes and tactile effects to many different types of packaging, food and non-food. Coated or uncoated papers, boards, plastics and even aluminium can all get to feel the power of Skins®.
Get to know the Skins® by DSM.
Skins® are DSM’s innovative new print finishing wizards. Equally happy on flexo, gravure or offset, they use microtechnology to give your products a whole new look and feel. These little guys are fast too – able to complete a soft touch varnish job in a single pass!
How do they do it? By understanding the science of touch and the printing process. They know their chemistry inside-out and so create soft feel coatings that have the right suppleness, smoothness, roughness, stiffness, velvety-ness, rubbery-ness… whatever feel you’re after. Basically they create the right chemistry between a product and the customer’s sense of touch.
Now, how could they help you?
Apply in a single pass
Use on all kinds of materials
Suitable for all kinds of applications
Make packaging that makes a statement
Make print work that stands out
Rubbert, Sandy, Silky and Vel-Veeto feel perfectly at home on paper, board, corona pre-treated PE and primered plastic materials.
Send us a sample of your own inspirational material. Our Haptics experts can give you a report on what kind of feel your customers are experiencing.
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