Hot stamping method
Hot stamping is a technique that uses a film known as "foil" to which metal or ink is attached and transfers a colored pattern onto the surface of the resin product.
This is a decorative technique with a lower environmental impact than conventional "plating" that enables us to partially decorate only the intended part, and since no solvent is used on the foil, the drying process can be omitted.
Another feature of hot stamping is that it can be easily printed without surface treatment or pre-treatment thanks to adhesive innovations.
- Requires no drying process since no solvent is used.
- Can exhibit a metallic luster (as well as solid colors, etc.).
- Pretreatment is virtually unnecessary, making it cheaper than plating and coating.
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