How scratch resistant is a printed product with transfer paper?

That really depends on the surface, or the product and the transfer chosen. With applications with TheMagicTouch CPM 6.2 transfer paper, were only the toner image is transferred onto the product (no transfer layer, free form) it is very dependent on the surface of the product. You can say that a satin finished surface provides an even better scratch resistance than hard and exceptionally smooth surfaces. In many cases the scratch resistance can be improved even more by adding a special coating with TheMagicTouch Coverseal which also enhances the UV resistance.

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