Are you interested in making your own lenticular pictures? Lenticular pictures are fun to make and they all have one thing in common, the lenticular sheet. Lenticular sheets contain “lenticules”, or lenses that run the length of the lenticular sheet. These lenses are a key ingredient in the making of a lenticular picture. When combined with a vertically interlaced image they create the flip effect which tricks your eye into seeing an image transition from one to another.
Lenticular sheets are made of exceptionally clear PET plastic and made to the exacting standards required to create a proper lenticular effect. We only source our sheets from suppliers in the United States and then we apply optically clear double sided tape to the back for you so that you can adhere your lenticular sheet to the interlaced photo. To expose the adhesive of the double sided optically clear tape you just need to peel back the clear plastic liner and then apply your lens to the vertically interlaced image. The process of attaching the lenticular lens to the interlaced photo is done with a cold laminator after properly aligning the image to the vertically interlaced image.
Our 50 LPI lenses are 0.0275 inches thick (0.7mm) with a lenticular width of 0.0200″. They provide a viewing angle of 54° which is an appropriate angle for flip and motion effects.
The lenticular blanks are wrapped with a piece of cardboard paper between each sheet and send in an appropriate sized box or thick envelope