Various printing processes for towels
Introduction of hot stamping
Hot stamping, commonly known as “hot stamping”, has a good development and application in our country. Hot stamping refers to hot stamping text and patterns of materials such as colored foil on the front or back cover of the hardcover book cover, or embossing various embossed titles or patterns by hot pressing.
Hot stamping refers to the processing of transferring hot stamping materials or hot stamping patterns on paper, cardboard, fabrics, coatings, etc., to the object to be ironed by the hot stamping method. The hot stamping process for binding is generally more on the cover, and there are many forms, such as single-material hot stamping, hot stamping without hot stamping, mixed hot stamping, over-hot stamping, and so on.
Introduction of thermal transfer
Thermal transfer technology has been used in the production of fabric thermal transfer printing for a long time. With the rapid development of high technology, thermal transfer technology has become more and more widely used. There are hot press transfer types and sublimation transfer types from the classification of ink types. The transfer materials are classified into fabrics, plastics (plates, sheets, films), ceramics, and metal-coated plates, etc.; from the printing method, they can be classified into screen printing, offset printing, gravure printing, embossing, inkjet, and ribbon Printing, etc. There are thermal transfer paper and thermal transfer plastic film classified from the substrate.
Introduction of silkscreen
The so-called silkscreen is to engrave a silkscreen and then print. It is very simple. PE EMBOSS means to engrave a copper mold first. If the pattern is a color, pour the rubber material in and then come out. If it is multi-color, it will be a little troublesome.
There are four types of printing, plane printing, convex printing, concave printing, and screen printing.