What are the nine common printing processes?

  1. Laser engraving:

The highest precision is 0.01mm, and the advanced laser technology can make creative engravings and patterns on the paper, which can be combined with other processing to achieve the effect of printing.

  1. Hot stamping:

After heating the metal plate, the post-processing technology of embossing the pattern on the paper through the tin foil is popular and widely used because of its bright visual performance.

  1. Debossing:

A traditional printing technique in which the paper is embossed after the metal movable type or metal engraving plate is rolled with ink. The pressure of the printing on the paper can be adjusted according to the needs, forming a very deep three-dimensional effect.

  1. Embossing:

A processing technology that uses a metal plate but does not heat, does not use tin foil, and does not use ink to directly emboss on the paper with pressure. It is suitable for showing the original texture of the paper or expressing it in a minimalist style.

  1. UV printing:

It is printed with the characteristic that the special ink will dry when exposed to UV light. It is suitable for paper that is not easy to dry, or other flat materials such as acrylic and wood.

  1. Brush gold on the side:

The process of hot stamping gold foil on the sides of piles of books or business cards can echo with the hot stamping on the front and back, showing a high-level texture.

  1. Die cutting:

The printed matter or other paper products are made into a die-cutting blade for cutting according to the pre-designed graphics, so that the shape of the printed matter is no longer limited to straight edges and right angles, especially in the design and production of packaging boxes.

  1. Lithographic printing:

Lithographic printing is a fast and stable mass printing technology that is widely used in various paper materials and can use various inks. It is a very good and economical choice when the production demand is large.

  1. Screen printing:

A traditional process of printing with a screen made of nylon threads. Most of the paper printing can only be printed in one color or several colors. Since it is semi-manual production, if there is overlapping color, it is not a problem. Suitable for productions with high precision requirements.


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