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Print Quality

We truly understand that on most of the occasions Star Registration certificates are used as gifts for bringing joy and delight to the loved people around us, thus we always pay attention to the quality of our products. In doing so we always use the latest printing technologies available, which guarantees our customers the look and the quality. Naming a star after someone is always a unique gift in its nature and it is of highest importance that the certification documents look astonishing when being presented.

All our star registration gift packages consist of the following components:

  • Registration Certificate. This comes printed on a high quality matte paper that is scratch resistant and simply looks awesome. Also the document can last forever if taken care of. The certificate serves as a proof of entry in the star registry and outlines the general information about the registration.
  • Star Map. The following has been printed on a high quality glossy paper in order to give a shining effect. The map indicates the location of the registered star.
  • Original Star Registration folder. The folder has been used not only to cover the printed materials, but also for the purpose of customers to be able to present their gifts in a stylish manner. The folder has been designed to introduce the atmosphere of the space.

Current technical specifications:

   PRINTER

   LUSTER PAPER

Epson UltraChrome HDR printer represents the latest generation of pigment ink technology.

Epson UltraChrome HDR ink produces the widest color gamut ever.

HDR technology dramatically raises the level of print quality and once again sets a new benchmark standard for photographic reproduction.

Accurate colors and rich, bold blacks for vivid, lifelike images.

The matte finish keeps the paper cockle-free.

Premium Luster Photo Paper delivers highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage. Paper is traditionally used by wedding, portrait and fine-art photographers for their work.