Decorating

 Hot stamping
Hot stamping is defined as a dry printing process, which uses controlled heat, pressure, and precision timing to transfer a color pigment from foil to surfaces of varied shapes and materials. This process forms a permanent bond between the part and the foil, and creates a dry print.
The advantages of hot stamping include increased productivity, multiple colors in one step, and a variety of available materials and finishes.
 
 Screen-printing
A stencil method of print making in which a design is imposed on a screen of silk or other fine mesh, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance, and ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface. Also known as Silk Screening or Serigraphy.
 
Frost
Frosted plastic is plastic which has been rendered opaque through a process which roughens or obscures the clear surface of the class.
 
Vacuum metalizing
Vacuum metalizing involves heating the coating metal to its boiling point in a vacuum chamber, then letting condensation deposit the metal on the substrate’s surface.
Plastic applied can be very shiny or flattened to a matte finish.
 
Color paint or coat
One kind of surface treatment, to make the plastic surface into different colors or different feels.
 
Pantone Matching System (PMS) 潘通色卡
A popular color matching system used by the printing industry to print spot colors. Most applications that support color printing allow you to specify colors by indicating the Pantone name or number. This assures that you get the right color when the file is printed, even though the color may not look right when displayed on your monitor.
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