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Nanografix Launches decorative foil with security encrypted information

San Diego , California Nanografix Corporation a leader in custom holographic materials announced their new product line of decorative foil for packaging with security encrypted information for brand protection.

Nanografix film will work as a 2 in 1 product providing decorative 3d holographic effect film with encrypted information for authenticity. The foil features seamless, eye catching designs, secure and will be offered in stock wallpaper designs or completely custom in roll format.

The foil can be used with many different substrates, for lamination, hot or cold stamping, tamper evident material and much more.

To request more information, contact [email protected].

About Nanografix

Located in San Diego, California, NanoGrafix proudly and passionately celebrates its long history of manufacturing and industry innovation. Over 35 years ago, the mission of NanoGrafix was born: creating the most trusted security holographic labels, shrink sleeve’s, foils, packaging materials and security solutions for all industries.

Our mission and vision were born out of founder and CEO Dan Lieberman’s expertise and passion for micro-embossing optical structures. Having secured several patents in this area, Lieberman introduced a premium holographic security solution to the market. Thanks to his profound knowledge and expertise, Lieberman birthed an entirely novel universe of holography and has since worked tirelessly to introduce it to the world. With the creation of NanoGrafix, Lieberman is now bringing his international success and experience to the United States.

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