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guilloche

An ornament in the form of two or more bands that are twisted together in a continuous series, leaving circular openings that are filled with round ornaments.
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guilloche

guilloche
An ornament formed by two or more bands twisted over each other in a continuous series, leaving circular openings which are often filled with round ornaments.
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P3's primary focus is manufacturing composite, laminated and surface printed cards which can include magnetic strips, bar codes, holograms, signature panels, invisible ink, micro-fine printing, guilloche patterns, DNA and a patent pending watermark technology.
P3's primary focus is manufacturing composite, laminated and surface printed cards which can include mag stripes, bar codes, holograms, signature panels, invisible ink, microfine printing, guilloche patterns, DNA and a patent pending watermark technology.
Epigraph can be configured for 2D, 2D3D, 3D holograms, animation effects, interference guilloche patterns, achromatic holograms, Fresnel lenses, digital watermarks and covert images.
The left side of the laminate features a standard holographic image from Datacard, which includes unique guilloche patterns.
These could include security design elements such as microtext or guilloche patterns, shown as 3D images which can be examined under a magnifying glass.
This demo card carries 11 optical security features, as shown in the illustration, as well as tactile guilloche patterns, but a notable feature is the two photopolymer holograms made from DNP's proprietary photopolymer.
Ultra-high resolution images such as micro text and guilloche patterns can be incorporated adding both security and aesthetic appeal.