Metallic Effect Metalix

An ink containing pigments with a high index of refraction which reflect incident light and produce metallic sheen. It was developed by Innovia Security company for banknotes on the Guardian polymer substrate. As a rule, the Metalix ink is used to produce spot printed image elements. Metallic effect is viewed in reflected light on both sides of the banknote provided that the observation and illumination angles relative to the perpendicular are equal. Unlike the GOLDswitch element, Metalix color range includes red, gold, copper, silver, blue, green, violet and salmon.

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