• possible to print at high speeds
• high coverage abilities with excellent sharpness
• very good smudge, scratch and abrasion resistance
• excellent humidity and freezing resistance
• High versatility, coated/uncoated papers and boards leather, PVC, OPP, PE, vinyl, PET, PA (nylon) polar substrates.
• Vertical machines: 75°C – 150°C (165°F – 302°F)
• excellent crease resistance
• many types of plastic
• op-down stamping with metal die on all current used coding devices
• exact stamping on margin
• suited for coding of prices, weights, expiration dates, etc.
• Many types of plastic PVC, cellglas, polyester, PE, PP, PA, printed paper, etc
• Vertical machines: 90°C – 130°C at surface of the die
• matt pigment on polyester carrier
• excellent, free releasing with very clear definition
• used on a wide range of foiling applications, primarily where detailed marking of information is required.
• A large number of flexible and rigid plastics but expecially polyethylene and polypropylene. It is also suited for use in conjunction with spent foil extraction systems such as those used within the pipe and cable marking industry.
• 120 ˚C -170 ˚C (248˚F-338˚F)
• pigment foil to bookbinding and graphic purpose
• excellent durability
• sharp definition for fine to medium coverage
• many types of materials: paper, cardboard, wood, leather, varnished and laminated surfaces
• Platen press machines:: 100°C – 120°C
• Cylinder machines: 150°C – 170°C