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Heat Transfer and Cold Transfer.

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Thermal transfer is an emerging printing process. The process printing method is divided into two parts: transfer film printing and transfer processing. Transfer film printing uses halftone printing (resolution up to 300dpi), and the pattern is printed on the surface of the film in advance. , The printed patterns are rich in layers, bright colors, ever-changing, small color difference, good reproducibility, can meet the requirements of the designer, and are suitable for mass production. The transfer process transfers the exquisite pattern on the transfer film to the surface of the product through a heat transfer machine (heating and pressure). After forming, the ink layer and the product surface are melted into one body, which is vivid and beautiful, which greatly improves the quality of the product. However, due to the high technical content of this process, many materials need to be imported. Thermal transfer has the following characteristics: simple printing, no damage, accurate position, picture printing, professional use, and multiple printing.


Cold transfer is to transfer images, texts, etc. to hundreds of materials such as ceramics, stainless steel, plexiglass, PVC, wood, leather, etc., using ordinary printers with cold transfer paper. It is a high-tech nano imaging technology that can replace thermal transfer, high-temperature porcelain images, crystal printing, and water transfer printing. Cold transfer has the following characteristics: It has long-lasting ceramic tiles made by a high-temperature porcelain imager, and has a heat transfer production speed. It does not need to spray the coating at high temperature in advance. Its color and brightness are incomparable to heat transfer. Once it came out, it caused a sensation. The products are wear-resistant and anti-ultraviolet.

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