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Lenticular Print

Pacur has been involved in lenticular lens and plastic sheet resin since 1992. Both sheet and rollstock is extruded using our proprietary copolyester resin. Pacur offers eight lpi lenticular lens designs to this growing worldwide market. Each lenticular lens has its own characteristics designed for specific applications.

100 lpi 3D- This “newly” designed 3D lenticular lens was requested by our customer base. Designed for optimum depth, the 100 lpi lenticular lens has a viewing angle of 30 degrees and is .0215” thick. This new offering has been endorsed by numerous lenticular printers as the finest 3D lens in the marketplace.

In addition to the Pacur standard lenticular lens designs, Pacur will custom design a proprietary lens that meets your specific needs. All lenticular plastic sheets can be direct printed or laminated using conventional techniques. Because of the state of the art extrusion equipment in place, Pacur lenticular plastic sheet has allowed its customers to have great success in the printing process.

Lenticular Terms

  • Lenticular - An array or lenses or lenticules

  • Lenticule - A single lens

  • Pitch - The number of lenses or lenses per inch (LPI)

  • Focal Length - The thickness of the extruded sheet

  • Viewing Angle - The angle of view of the lens

Product Listing

LENSTAR® Plus Lenticular

Pacur®, the leader in polyester sheet, is proud to offer LENSTAR® Plus Lenticular, a new material for use in print and packaging applications that is easy on the environment. Utilizing easily recyclable materials and new technologies, printers can realize greater efficiency, lower production costs, reduced waste, and lower full-cycle carbon emissions.

Pacur Lenstar® Plus

Custom sheet extruder Pacur® has released LENSTAR® Plus, a new and improved polyester resin developed specifically for today’s lenticular print market. LENSTAR Plus represents a polymer technology the printers can use to achieve their sustainable goals. LENSTAR Plus carries the #1 resin identification code, which can be used to drive sustainable practices.