This machine is a new generation of high precision spectrum of innovative products, mainly used for hot stamping all sorts of color electrical-controlled aluminum, suppress bump and die cutting various pictures trademark, the product sample ads, paper boxes, books and magazines cover, yera piece etc all kinds of advanced packaging, printing products, materials include all sorts of paper, paper, plastic pieces, leather products, etc., it is printing, packaging decoration and plastic industry is the ideal process equipment.
*Airframe adopt high quality materials integrally cast high strength.
*Monolithic electromagnetic clutch sensitive subreliabie.
*Operating altitude decorate reasonable pressure frame open Angle.
*Electrical system design according to IEC standard.
*Leaflet pressure cut, continuous pressure cut, open delay three functions: (delay range adjustable)
*Safe protection system and reliable.
|Max.inside chase size (mm)|
|Total power (kw)||8KW|
|adjustable temperature (°C)||1-150°C|
|Volume of common foil-feeding||2|
|Maximum send foil length||520mm|
|Electrothermal board area||3|
|Motor power (kw)||2.2kw-6 electrodes|
|Total power (kw)||10.2kw|
Hot stamping is a straightforward process:
A die is mounted and heated,
Foil is positioned above the material to be imprinted,
A combination of heat, dwell time, pressure and stripping time control the quality of the stamp.
Foil stamping is environmentally friendly due to it being a dry process. It does not use solvents or inks and does not create any harmful vapors.
A successful hot stamping job is directly related to the quality of the original artwork. In order to insure the highest quality reproduction of an imprint, the original artwork should be “camera-ready”. The better the artwork at the beginning, the better the imprint reproduction result. The key to a successful hot stamping job is threefold; the first is creating a fixture to support the part firmly under the decorating area. Second, the fixture must also position the part for repeatability of the graphic location. And third, the fixture must allow the operator to easily load and unload the part from the fixture.
Types of materials
Metallic foil construction has a metal-like sheen and gives a shiny and shimmering look to the foil stamped design. Such foil paper is available in different metal shades such as gold, silver, bronze, and copper just to name a few. Pigment Foil Construction: Gloss Pigment Foil Paper not have a metallic look but has a very high glossy finish. Matte Pigment Foil Paper a dull finish as opposed to a glossy finish Holographic Foil Paper: hologram is a 3-dimensional image that can provide a distinctive appearance to specific areas of a digitally printed application.
Many other applications can be applied on the hot stamping machines without stamping or with the addition of stamping to it like:
Debossing opposite of embossing it is indented
Embossing by providing a three dimensional or raised effect on selected areas
Blind Emboss provides a clean and distinctive or subtle image on paper stock does not include the use of ink or foil to highlight the embossed area.
Registered Emboss a process that places the embossed image in alignment with another element created with ink, foil, punching, or with a second embossed image.
Combination Emboss embossing is the process of embossing and foil stamping the same image. It involves imprinting and aligning foil over an embossed image to create a foil emboss.
Pastelling the process of using a combination die to provide a subtle antique appearance to a substrate that is embossed and foil stamped.
Glazing an embossed area that has a shiny or polished appearance.
Scorching similar to glazing except that it is not used to polish the stock. Instead, scorching does what it implies: as the temperature of the die heating plate is increased beyond a normal temperature range, a scorched effect is created in the embossed image, which results in an antique or shaded appearance.
Hot stamping foil:
Foil stamping uses heat and hot stamping foil in a specialty printing process that produces a shiny design on paper, vinyl, textiles, wood, hard plastic, leather, and other materials.
Foil stamping, also called hot stamping, dry stamping, foil imprinting, or leaf stamping, can be combined with dimensional embossing to make letters and images on business cards, book covers, gift cards, office folders, and a whole host of professional or personal items.
Instead of using magnetism, plates, or inks to print words and shapes, foil stamping uses dies, or sculpted metal stamps. The heated dies seal a thin later of metallic leaf onto a surface. The foil comes in a wide roll, large enough for several passes, backed by Mylar. The hot die works similarly to a letterpress. Once heated, it presses the foil against the substrate material with enough pressure that the foil sticks only in the intended places, leaving a slight imprint.
Using several layers of foil in different colors or combining ink and foil can embellish this simple "flat" stamp. Imprinting and embossing adds even more dimensionality. The edges of the foil stamp may be straight, curved, or sculpted to make the image pop or float above the page.
Foil leaf is available in every imaginable color and pattern, like standard gold or marbleized green. Rarer types of leaf come in matte, pearlescent, holographic, opalescent, or glossy finish. Semi-transparent layers allow an under color to show through. Not only does it provide a uniquely vibrant image with depth, foil stamping can be applied to a much more diverse selection of substrates in comparison to ink.
The cover of a leather photograph album could be printed with your family's monogram, or a cloth bookmark with a favorite literary quote. Impressive wedding invitations might have intertwining silver vines, blue flowers, and gold rings. Businesses use foil stamping to identify folders, cards, signs, and magnets with their logo. The reflective and unusual treatment is sure to catch the eye of a potential customer.