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Sealys Color in Polycarbonate laser engraving process

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Gemalto has launched the Sealys Color in Polycarbonate laser engraving process. The system allows high quality colour photographs to be permanently embedded into polycarbonate documents such as IDs, driving licenses and passports.

Images up to 1,200dpi resolution can be made tamper-proof through a laser-engraving process, which applies markings deep into the document datapage. Polycarbonate documents are already recognised for their security and durability and now Sealys Color in Polycarbonate adds another unique feature to Gemalto's broad range of options to better meet the evolving demands of government authorities and national printers. 

Sealys Color in Polycarbonate complements Gemalto's laser-personalisation portfolio. Sealys Edge Sealer engraves the holder's name or ID number along the document edge. Sealys Window is a transparent area inside the card which makes any attempt to tamper with the document immediately obvious.

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