Image Security Printers offers a comprehensive service from preliminary design concepts, through print production to delivery. All design and print production activities are carried out completely in-house on the latest available graphic design. Schedule and budget requirements are adhered to while producing high quality results which meet the clients' objectives.


The word hologram comes from the Greek roots holos meaning whole and gramma meaning message. A hologram is a flat surface that, under proper illumination, appears to contain a three-dimensional image. A hologram may also project a three-dimensional image into the air—a lifelike image that can be photographed although it cannot be touched. Because they cannot be copied by ordinary means, holograms are widely used to prevent counterfeiting of documents such as Mark Sheets, Degree Certificates, Share Certificates, MICR Dividend Warrants, credit cards, driver's licenses, and admission tickets etc.,

2D/3D Hologram is made up of multiple two dimensional layers with hologram images visually placed one behind another with visual depth to produce an effect of three-dimensional hologram structure. It has very good visual depth between different layers and shininess on first layer. Though the initial cost is little expensive, its security feature is excellent.

Hologram Hot Stamping Foil

Hologram Hot Stamping Foil, with hot stamping process, can be transferred to a wide variety of materials, such as paper, synthetic leather, fabric, iron, and plastic. It's well recognized that hot foils can easily promote the images and value of products. Hologram hot stamping foils used on all kinds of product packaging, greeting cards, gifts, stationery, calendars, book covers, credit cards, leather articles & variety of plastics. When incorporated with custom design pattern or logo, hologram hot stamping foils become security foils that protect Mark Sheets, Degree Certificates, Share Certificates, MICR Dividend Warrants, credit cards, passport and value documents from counterfeit.

Foil stamping is the application of foil, a special film-backed material, to paper where a heated die is stamped onto the foil, making it adhere to the surface leaving the design of the die on the paper. Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create a more striking 3D image. Hologram Hot Stamping has a strong visual appeal and is easy to verify.

Hologram Hot Stamping is easy to incorporate or apply to product and packaging.

Hologram Hot Stamping is difficult to replicate or remove.

Hologram Hot Stamping is relatively cost effective to produce and use.

Bar Coding

A series of vertical bars of varying widths, in which each of the digits zero through nine are represented by a different pattern of bars that can be read by a laser scanner. The bars are commonly found on consumer products and are used especially for inventory control.

Printed series of parallel bars of varying width used for entering data into a computer system, typically for identifying the object on which the code appears. The width and spacing of the bars represent binary information that can be read by an optical (laser) scanner that is part of a computer system. The coding is used in many different areas of manufacturing and marketing, including inventory control and tracking systems

UV Logo / Ink

Invisible ink also known as security ink, is a substance used for printing, which is invisible either on application or soon thereafter, and which later on can be made visible by some means. Invisible ink is one form of security, using technology and science of printing hidden messages or company logos in such a way that no one, apart from the person who print the job and the person who placed the order, suspects the existence of the message/logo in the particular document. Other uses include anti-counterfeiting, property marking, and hand stamping for readmission and marking for the purpose of identification in manufacturing.

OMR Sheets

Short for optical mark recognition, the technology of electronically extracting intended data from marked fields, such as checkboxes and fill-infields, on printed forms. OMR technology scans a printed form and reads predefined positions and records where marks are made on the form. This technology is useful for applications in which large numbers of hand-filled forms need to be processed quickly and with great accuracy, such as surveys, reply cards, questionnaires and ballots. A common OMR application is the use of "bubble sheets" for multiple-choice tests used by schools. The student indicates the answer on the test by filling in the corresponding bubble, and the form is fed through an optical mark reader, a device that scans the document and reads the data from the marked fields.

Carbonless Forms

Carbonless copy paper (CCP), non-carbon copy paper, or NCR paper is an alternative to carbon paper, used to make a copy of an original, handwritten (or mechanically typed) document without the use of any electronics.

Carbonless copy paper works in a fairly simple way. It consists of sheets of paper that are coated with micro-encapsulated dye or ink and/or a reactive clay.

The back of the first sheet is coated with micro-encapsulated dye. The lowermost sheet is coated on the top surface with a clay that quickly reacts with the dye to form a permanent mark. Any intermediate sheets are coated with clay on top and dye on the bottom.

When someone writes on the sheets, the pressure from the point of the writing instrument causes the micro-capsules to break and spill their dye. Since the capsules are so small, the print obtained is very accurate. Similarly, the paper can be used in dot-matrix and impact printers, where the striking head releases dye to interact with the clay.

RFID Technology

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that uses communication via radio waves to exchange data between a reader and an electronic tag attached to an object, for the purpose of identification and tracking.

RFID technology makes it possible to give each document / certificate to have its own unique identifying number, in which sizable personal data's can be stored. RFID can be read if passed within close enough proximity to an RFID tag reader. It is not necessary to "show" them to it, as with a bar code.

Some tags can be read from several meters away and beyond the line of sight of the reader. The application of bulk reading enables an almost-parallel reading of tags.

Radio-frequency identification involves interrogators (also known as readers), and tags (also known as labels). Most RFID tags contain at least two parts: one is an integrated circuit for storing and processing information, modulating and demodulating a radio-frequency (RF) signal, and other specialized functions; the other is an antenna for receiving and transmitting the signal.

Dome Stickers

Dome Sticker is also known as "3D sticker". Dome sticker has a 3D bubble effect and will make your quality product outstanding.

Printing in Inland Letter with variable Data Printing

Any kind of printing like ECS Advice (Electronic Clearing System) or any letter with personalised matter is printed in any number of colour and the datas are processed and your data, transliterate and can be printed in a specific place. Any number of forms in A4 size and folded and pasted in such a way that it look like a normal inland letter. It is cost effective - saves on envelope, cost, time, quality printout, tamper proof, No risk of mismatch or inserts in wrong envelope, Manpower cost, label cost etc.

PIN (Personal Identification Number) Mailers

It is a sealed carbonless envelope stationery where in the secret number is printed inside and all the four sides will be pasted by machine, the secret number can be seen only after opening the envelope. It is used by the Banks for card-holders to give their secret numbers for operating offsite transactions or by telephone companies for accessing their pre-paid services, Mutual Fund Investors to access their account.