Custom Security Hologram Stickers
Most of us often tend to prefer shopping for goods and items which are branded and of superior quality. From time to time these brands have faced numerous setbacks and losses due to the social counterfeiting and adulteration. Pirated manufacturer companies or non-registered competing ones tend to encash the established markets by floating duplicate or pirated products. This does a two way harm to any established and reputed brand, apart from losing out on profits the company tends to lose a considerable amount of goodwill in the market and patent customers too.
Due to such activities in the market acts and laws are passed by the government namely ISO 9000, ISO 9001 etc. to authenticate an item that is having superior quality and Consumer Acts have been imposed in order to benefit both the customer and the legal branded companies. Not only these but also the companies have chosen to hallmark their items with specific and Unique markings or stickers. Such Markings often contains hidden input codes for the item which only the Company knows like the Barcodes or specific Stickers which contains the Company Logo known as Hologram Stickers.
To stop Counterfeiting of items, many Companies have come up to manufacture these Authentication products. Like the Hologram sticker, Barcode Labels Manufacturers and PVC Stickers & Glossy Label Manufacturers. The stickers and Barcodes of each company are different therefore one cannot copy that down. Also Several Administrative and Security procedures takes place before manufacturing these certain stickers or labels. Thus, one cannot go and Print these stickers by themselves. These Hologram Stickers are special stickers which are made with several light scattering elements and emulsions and are replicated through Generated Holograms which are done by Lasers. Mainly it consists of Photographic Emulsions, Dichromate Gelatin and Photopolymers and refractives.They are embossed with company logo over the surface of the prepared film by electronically depositing Nickel and then Polyester followed by thermoplastic film. Then it is heated and pressed with simple press. The Thermoplastic film layer is pressed on the moulded company logo and thus takes up the shape. Then it is cooled and retained. They emit light and produce a 3D image of the logo with specific points of value like Nokia Logo has five specific dots which can be seen clearly.
Manufacturing of these Hologram Stickers manufacturers are difficult and Expensive and requires a lot of skill as it is done mechanically with the help of Instruments. Several noted companies like HOMAI or The Hologram Manufacturers Association of India, Verma Stickers Pvt Ltd etc. are some of the companies which carry out these processes legally. Nowadays, there are a numerous websites which carry out these legal processes like Lasersec.in, higloholo.com, securityhologram.com etc. These are private organisations and companies which does the processing. They are also a part of Barcode Stickers Manufacturers as most of them carry out that as well. Products like Anti Counterfeit Labels and Warranty Stickers are also produced legally.
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The Applications of Hologram Stickers and shrink label manufacturers are wide ranged. It has been widely used in banknotes, credit cards, mobile phone and other high value products. It also acts as Data Storing media as chunks and quantum of data can be stored in the crystals or photopolymers at high density. As a result these stickers find a variety of application in regular daily life and important in identifying and authenticating a product http://www.lasersec.in
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