Introduction to Common Processes of Calendar Printing
There are many types of desk calendars on the market, and the color patterns are also extremely rich, which makes people have a bright feeling. So how are these delicate desk calendars printed? Here is an introduction to the commonly used processes for desk calendar printing.
Hot stamping: Its scientific name is hot press transfer printing, which is simply called hot transfer printing, also commonly known as hot stamping and silver hot stamping. Hot stamping is a post-processing finishing process in which the color of gold paper is transferred to packaging, picture albums and other paper products through a machine through hot embossing. Some are called hot stamping and some are called hot stamping. Bronzing is not only limited to gold, it can also be in various colors such as silver, blue gold, gold, and black gold.
UV: In fact, it refers to ultraviolet light. UV is abbreviation. “UV transparent oil” is the full name, which means that the ink is dried and cured by ultraviolet radiation. UV usually refers to the process of silk screen printing, and now some places also have offset printing UV.
Embossing and embossing: The scientific name is embossing. It is a process in which the printed object is changed locally by pressure to form a pattern. After the metal plate is corroded, it becomes a pressing plate and then presses the two pieces of the base plate. Divided into two kinds of cheap ordinary corrosion edition and expensive laser engraving edition.