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    • Hot Stamping Printing

          The principle of hot foil printing involves placing a metallic foil (typically gold or silver) onto the surface to be printed and using heat and pressure to adhere the foil to the printing material. This process requires a certain amount of heat and pressure to ensure a strong bond between the metallic foil and the printing material, resulting in a foil-stamped effect.

          Hot foil printing can create a variety of effects, such as metallic texture, shine, reflection, and highlights. This makes it an ideal choice for grabbing attention and increasing the perceived value of products. Designers can use foil stamping to enhance brand logos, text, borders, or other patterns, making them more visually striking.

          Hot foil printing is widely used in the packaging of high-end products, book covers, greeting cards, business cards, brochures, souvenirs, and various other areas. It provides brands with an opportunity to attract and retain customers through unique visual effects.

    • Hot Stamping Printing
    • Hot Silver Printing

          Silver foil printing follows a similar process to hot foil printing. It involves placing a sheet of metallic silver foil onto the surface to be printed and using heat and pressure to transfer the foil onto the printing material. This bonding process results in a metallic silver finish on the printed area.

          Silver foil printing offers a high degree of design flexibility. It can be used to enhance brand logos, text, decorative elements, or borders. The metallic silver effect can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to various printed materials.

          The metallic silver effect achieved through foil printing adds visual impact and a sense of luxury to printed materials. It reflects light and creates a stunning contrast against the background, making the design stand out.

    • Hot Silver Printing
    • Spot UV

          Spot UV printing employs special UV inks that do not immediately dry during the printing process. Instead, they require UV light exposure to cure and harden. After the printing is completed, UV light is directed onto the designated areas, causing the ink to cure instantly, creating a raised, glossy finish.

          Spot UV printing offers exceptional design flexibility. It allows you to choose specific areas of your printed material where you want to apply the UV coating, such as text, patterns, images, logos, or highlighted details. This imparts a three-dimensional, glossy effect to those selected areas, enhancing visual appeal.

          UV coating enhances the visual impact of printed materials. It creates a high-gloss, mirror-like finish that reflects light, providing a stunning contrast against the background and making the design elements stand out.

    • Spot UV
    • Gloss Lamination

          The working principle of gloss lamination is to apply a transparent high-gloss coating to the surface of printed materials, which can be achieved through various methods, including coating, roll application, hot melt, or the use of specialized laminating machines. The coating is typically composed of gloss film (also known as gloss varnish) or UV coating, which forms a durable protective layer after application through drying or UV curing.

         Gloss lamination enhances the visual appeal of printed materials. It imparts a high-gloss, smooth, and robust appearance to printed materials, improving color vibrancy and making images and text appear sharper. This visual enhancement helps attract attention and makes printed materials more appealing.

          Gloss lamination is widely used in high-quality printed materials such as books, magazines, brochures, business cards, covers, packaging boxes, greeting cards, and more. It offers a refined and high-end printing effect, often used in projects that require exceptional quality.

    • Gloss Lamination
    • Matte Lamination

          Matte lamination, also known as matte coating, is a process that applies a matte finish coating to the surface of printed materials. This coating is typically made of special matte film, which is fixed onto the surface of the printed material through heat pressing or adhesive techniques, creating a non-glossy appearance.

          Matte lamination imparts a non-glossy appearance to printed materials, giving them a subdued, elegant look. The matte effect is often considered more sophisticated and professional, suitable for designs that convey a sense of sophistication and high quality.

          Matte lamination provides the necessary protective layer for printed materials. The matte coating resists scratches, watermarks, oil stains, and general wear and tear, thereby extending the lifespan of the printed materials.

    • Matte Lamination
    • Flocking

          Velvet coating on paper packaging utilizes a process called hot pressing to affix the velvet-like material onto the surface of the paper packaging. This process requires precise application of heat and pressure to ensure a strong bond between the velvet material and the paper packaging, resulting in a tactile and textured surface.

          Velvet coating imparts a soft, plush-like texture to the packaging, providing a pleasing tactile experience. This effect can be monochromatic or multi-colored, depending on the design requirements. Velvet packaging often conveys a sense of luxury and sophistication, making it suitable for high-end gifts, jewelry, perfumes, and other premium products.

          Velvet coating on paper packaging offers a high degree of design freedom. Designers can choose to create various patterns, logos, text, or decorative elements on the packaging to meet specific branding and market demands. This technique allows for uniqueness and personalization in packaging design.

    • Flocking
    • Embossing and Debossing

          The embossing and debossing process creates packaging surfaces with distinct textures and visual effects. Embossed areas typically protrude above the surrounding flat areas, while debossed areas are recessed relative to the flat areas. This effect provides a tactile and visual appeal that sets the packaging apart from standard flat packaging.

          The embossing and debossing process creates packaging surfaces with distinct textures and visual effects. Embossed areas typically protrude above the surrounding flat areas, while debossed areas are recessed relative to the flat areas. This effect provides a tactile and visual appeal that sets the packaging apart from standard flat packaging.

          Embossing and debossing on paper packaging can typically be applied to various types of paper and packaging materials. It is widely used in high-end gift packaging, beauty and cosmetics packaging, upscale food packaging, book covers, and more, adding luxury and uniqueness to products.

    • Embossing and Debossing

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