Don't ask us whether your spot UV design will work - test it for FREE! If you or your client is considering using raised spot UV in a design, here is your opportunity to make sure it will work exactly as you expect - completely risk free.
Just complete the form here, upload your artwork and we'll post your raised spot UV test sheet within just one working day, to your chosen address.
Request your free test sheet now.
Just fill in the form below and we'll get your free spot UV test sheet produced and shipped as fast as humanly possible!
To your success!
What's the offer exactly?
We will print your bespoke spot UV design free of charge, including:
File includes correctly prepared spot UV layer.
Delivery is to a mainland UK address.
A4 (210 x 297mm) single-sided sample
Up to 25% spot UV coverage
Full colour HP Indigo print
Printed onto high quality 350gsm silk board
Single-sided matt lamination
Royal Mail first class postage
Your spot UV design must meet the following specification:
Fill the form and upload your fully prepared spot UV artwork file on the next page.
We'll check the artwork file to ensure we can print from it (we'll confirm by email).
We'll print and ship your test sheet to your mainland UK address. Free of charge.
Not sure how to prepare your spot UV file?
Watch this quick video tutorial.
Why talented designers use raised spot UV.
Here's what some of our graphic designer customers say:
"Spot UV is a great way to create a luxurious or corporate feel. Whether it is to cement a brand tone, or set apart an element of the business, spot UV can be a really useful tool. In the age of digital, tactile approaches to print design can be an effective way to grab your users attention. "
"Spot UV offers a simple way to enhance print. You can use spot UV as an additional and subtle element such as a pattern or texture within an overall design, giving depth and contrast to the existing layout.
You can increase the visual interest of an item using spot UV to highlight particular graphical elements, such as a brand logo or other important elements that require added prominence."