How to avoid the falsification of a document?
Despite being a typical crime, document forgery is a crime that is still growing in various parts of the world. For this reason, it is considered urgent to look for security alternatives that can protect information with multiple impressions configured to contain encrypted elements that are difficult to reproduce and personalized for all types of companies or organizations.
In search of protecting information and sensitive data that such documentation may contain, some companies have chosen to look for security alternatives that can be produced in high volumes and at an affordable cost.
A security print is a printing technique that is used to incorporate optical security elements that give the document authenticity or originality to prevent forgery.
Security printing brings together elements that may or may not be perceptible to the naked eye. However, the creation or reproduction of these cannot be easily replicated since it is necessary to have the latest generation of equipment or cutting-edge technology. This can help us ensure that a security print incorporated into your documentation will be an excellent option to guarantee its authenticity.
This is how HOLOMEX, through the exercise of constant innovation, manages to develop security solutions for documents through printing with security inks and optical elements that are hidden, microscopic, or visible only under special lighting such as UV ink or a laser pointer.
As a result, HOLOMEX is one of your best alternatives if you require one or more optical security elements in your documents, since we apply many of our latest-generation holographic principles to high-quality printing on security elements.
Some security elements you can add are:
- Fugitive inks.
- Invisible inks.
- Anti-copy tint.
- Eurion ink.
- Bifluorescent ink.
- Infrared (IR) inks
- Optically variable inks (OVI).
- Magnetic Inks (MICR).
- Intaglio printing in high relief sensitive to touch (INTAGLIO).
- Micro positive and negative texts printed.
- Security guilloches.
- Coincidence reasons.
- Interlacing of lines.
- Duplex patterns.
- Hidden Images (LTI).
- Security paper with a watermark.
- Moiré encrypted information.
- Visible and invisible fibers.
- Reagent chemical paper.
- Typographic numbering.