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  • Material: Paper
  • Tipo de acabado: Leather, Matt, Soft
  • Embossing: Nobuck 3 - A
  • Size: 70x50
  • Color: Marfil
  • Grammage: 125

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Altamira Marfil

Ref. W0410440

With a velvet-like texture and feel designed specifically as an animal-friendly “alter ego”, Altamira delivers great refinement for lamination that will withstand all types of processing while keeping its mechanical properties intact. All of this makes it the ideal replacement for polyurethane, albeit permitting offset printing. Thanks to the superb elegance offered by any of Altamira’s five colours, a simple etching will suffice to embellish the product. Moreover, stampings with film and screen printing are perfectly compatible and recommendable.


Hardcover Books
Rigid Packaging

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Hot Foil Stamping
Offset Printing
Silk-Screen and UV Printing
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