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What Kind Of Quality Does It Have In Thermal Transfer Processing?
- Apr 11, 2018 -

Thermal transfer processing finds that with the continuous development of economy, printed products add color to people's lives, and thermal transfer is more abundant in the pattern colors of printed products. Not all products can use thermal transfer to print patterns, involving heat resistance, pressure resistance, smoothness and other factors of the product, the current use of thermal transfer technology products include: porcelain cups, porcelain plates, steel, aluminum, Pendants, bracelets, badges, clothes, cloth bags, hats, pillows, mouse pads, coasters, etc.

1. Digital thermal transfer technology is a new technology that combines traditional thermal transfer printing equipment and digital printing technology to print color images and patterns without a plate. The earliest countries to apply this technology are the United States, South Korea, Italy, Switzerland, China and other countries. From the scale of the market in the past two years, China has become the world's largest digital thermal transfer processing market. Many international brands of thermal transfer color printing inks have begun to stare at the huge Chinese market and the competition will become increasingly fierce. Not only that, the quality of the printed images of digital thermal transfer products is far more than the traditional thermal transfer technology. This is why digital thermal transfer technology can be popularized and popularized within a few years.

2, thermal transfer processing due to the image of the heat, the image color after the finished product will be more solid than the water transfer, will not easily fade, the thermal transfer processing it has corrosion resistance, impact resistance, aging resistance, Wear-resisting, high-temperature resistant, fireproof, and ten-to-few decades-old features that are not discolored, so the thermal transfer technology is particularly suitable for applications such as electrical appliances, daily necessities, building materials, and other items that have special requirements for image retention.