Hot stamping

Hot stamping

Hot stamping is a method in which thermal foil and matrices made of materials conducting heat are used.
A dye is pressed onto the foundation from foil by means of a heated matrix.
Hot stamping, also called “gilding”, is a method which allows us to obtain metallic, shiny imprints imitating silver or gold. The other colours have a matt effect.
Ready-made foils are used to print with this method, so the range of imprint colours is quite limited.
Available widths of ribbons on which we make one- or two-colour imprints (depending on the complexity of the pattern) 5mm, 8mm, 10mm, 15mm, 25mm, 40mm, 50mm.
Maximum length of the imprint- 150mm, space between the repeats min 5mm. Minimum order- 400 linear meters.
A very high quality ribbon, with your own, individual imprint, will emphasize the uniqueness of the offered product.


Eveline - Imprints on ribbons and tapes
ul. Zbąszyńska 2/4
91-342 Łódź POLAND

tel. +48 607 55 21 14

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