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Pad printing

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Pad printing - PRP

Why stamping?

Using a silicone pad, the ink is transferred to the hollow of a photo, being made by chemical photoengraving. The ink is then transmitted to the object through a silicone rubber pad.

This process has the advantage of being adapted to various parts and graphisms. In addition, the drying is fast , allowing the handling of the parts without waiting.

First of all, you need to know that tampon printing is an indirect print system. It should be noted, however, that the pattern that will be printed is lightly engraved on the destination bracket. The ink is then deposited in the parts to be engraved by a bucket.

How it works?