The differences between Soft Touch Thermal Lamination Film and touch paper

Soft Touch Thermal Lamination Film and touch paper are both materials used to add special tactile effects to printed materials. However, there are some differences between the two:


Soft Touch Thermal Lamination Film with a luxurious, velvety feel. It offers a smooth, soft texture that resembles the surface of a peach or rose petal.

Touch paper, on the other hand, usually has a slightly grainy or rough texture.

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Velvet Thermal Laminated Film provides a matte or satin finish to printed materials, enhancing color and adding a sophisticated look.

Touch paper also typically have a matte finish, but may have a slightly different visual texture due to surface irregularities.


A Soft Touch Heat Laminating Film protects printed materials, making them resistant to scratches, stains, and moisture damage. This makes it ideal for items that require durability, such as business cards, book covers, or packaging.

Touch paper doesn’t offer the same level of protection and may wear off more easily.

Available Options

Soft Touch Pre-Coating Film   are available in a variety of thicknesses and sizes, allowing customization to specific project requirements.

Touch paper may has limited options in thickness and availability, but are available in a variety of tactile finishes such as linen, suede or embossed textures.


Post time: Jul-12-2023