The use position of the laser holographic sticker has a greater impact on the anti-counterfeiting effect, and different positions have different anti-counterfeiting capabilities.
Take the anti-counterfeiting of bottle packaging as an example: usually paste (hot stamping) laser holographic image anti-counterfeiting trademark method can not meet the anti-counterfeiting requirements, because these two methods can reuse the old laser holographic sticker without damage, and cannot prevent Counterfeiters use old packaging bottles for counterfeiting activities, thereby losing the anti-counterfeiting purpose of the anti-counterfeiting sticker. Therefore, it can be said that if the location of the laser holographic sticker cannot be selected correctly, it is meaningless to conduct in-depth research from the trademark itself.
Anti-tampering is another method of sticking laser holographic stickers. It sticks the trademark on the seam between the bottle body and the bottle cap. When the bottle cap is opened, the laser holographic image anti-counterfeiting trademark is first touched. The laser holographic image is destroyed, greatly reducing the possibility of reuse of the trademark, and the anti-counterfeiting effect is better.
To sum up, different types of laser holographic image anti-counterfeiting trademarks can only receive better anti-counterfeiting effects by adopting corresponding pasting methods and choosing appropriate pasting positions for different packaging materials. Therefore, the development and production of anti-counterfeiting trademarks is only the first step in anti-counterfeiting packaging, and correct use is the key to anti-counterfeiting packaging.