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Common Surface treatment Technology of hand Plate (Video +gif ) (Third)


Silk Screen printing is the use of silk fabric, synthetic fiber fabric or metal wire mesh on the screen frame, using the method of hand-etched paint film or photochemical plate to make screen printing plate. Modern screen printing technology uses photographic materials to make screen printing plates (making screen holes in the graphic and text parts of the screen printing plate, rather than blocking the screen holes in the picture and text parts). Printing through the squeezing of the scraper, so that the ink through the mesh of the graphic and text part of the transfer to the substrate, and form the same as the original text. 

Direct Thermal printing is a method of applying heat sensitive agent on paper to make it a heat sensitive recording paper. Under the action of heat, the heat sensitive recording paper can change the physical or chemical properties of substance (color developing agent) and obtain an image.


Transfer printing, One of the special printing methods is the use of steel (or copper, thermoplastic) gravure, the use of silicone rubber made of surface printing head, intaglio ink on the surface of the head, Then press on the surface of the desired object to print out the text, pattern, etc. 

Thermal Transfer Printing to print the digital pattern through the printer with special transfer ink on the transfer paper, and then to transfer the pattern precisely to the commodity surface at high temperature and high pressure to complete the commodity printing. 

Hot stamping is commonly known as "bronzing", refers to the first or fourth seal of the hardcover and the back part of the book on the text and design of materials such as hot-pressed embossed with various protruding or concave book titles or patterns. 

Water transfer printing is a kind of printing in which the printing paper / plastic film with color pattern is hydrolyzed by water pressure. The process includes the production of water transfer printing paper, flower paper immersion, pattern transfer, drying, finished products.