1) 3D Lenticular cards: lenticular playing cards, postcards, collection cards, conversion
cards, notebook or magazine covers, CD or jewelry box covers, watch
surface,greeting cards, phone cards, hanger cards, VIP cards,
calendar cards, magazineinserts, business or name cards
2) Lenticular stationery: lenticular book marks, rulers, mouse pads, stickers and
3) Lenticular toys and gifts: cup pads, keychains, anti-counterfeit logos or labels,
stickers, memo pads, advertising or promotional gifts and premiums,
coasters,buttons, various kinds of novelties
4) Lenticular advertising products: lenticular posters, billboards, window displays
5) Lenticular packaging boxes: lenticular anti-counterfeit packaging boxes, fashionable
6) Lenticular decorated artworks: 3D lenticular murals, house-decorative picture
and photo frames
|Product Name||3d lenticular ruler|
materials: PET,PVC, Paper, Magnet or Adhesive.
1. Eco-friendly material and popular in most developed
and developing countries
2.Non-poisonous,hygienic and no harm .
angel , animal , Buddhism ,cross ,fairy, flower, Sea,
photo image,landscape,Jesus, nature, advertisement
movie characters, etc.
|Effects of images||3D, 3D depth, flips, animation, zoom, morph,|
Gloss lamination, matte lamination, embossing,
hot stamping (silver, gold or other color), UV coated, vanishing,
1. Lenticular cards: Postcards, Greeting Cards,
Name Cards, Member Cards,
Phone Cards, Mouse pad,
Cup pad, 3D Christmas cards etc.
2. Lenticular Stationary: Bookmark, Ruler, File
Mouse pats, Book cover,etc
3. Lenticular Advertisement: Poster, Billboards,postcards
1. Coreldraw (CDR)
2. Photoshop (PSD)
1. Safe and non-toxic
2. ISO standard
3. 100% manufactory
4. Small order or sample available
5. High quality and best price, on time delievery
Learn more about 3D Effect
a. 3D Stereoscopic Effect
Objects within an image are layered to give the illusion of depth
and perspective. Unlike 2-dimensional design, using this lenticular
effect allows graphics to appear more realistic. Lenticular 3D can
be incorporated into most images or design styles.
b. Flip Effect
A dramatic swapping of two images-each vanishing and then
reappearing from one to another. Utilizing this lenticular flip
effect is most beneficial for demonstrating "cause-and-effect" or
even "before-and-after" comparisons
c. Morph Effect
The conversion of one image into another is used to create the
illusion of transformation. This lenticular morph effect can be
used for showcasing a product or feature that may change or create
d. ZOOM Effect
The illusion of movement from background to foreground to create
the effect of "leaping out" or "jumping back." A lenticular zoom
animation can consist of one or more objects, or even a full image.
This effect works best for highlighting elements such as products,
logos, or important messages.
e. Animation Effect
With a series of images coming together to create an animation much
like a short movie clip, this is the most complex lenticular
effect. The illusion of motion actually comes from either a
selection of video frames or sequential still images. This
lenticular animation effect is great for emphasizing body movement
or mechanical action.