What are the differences between hot stamping and heat transfer printing?

First of all, hot stamping is a noun. Because scalding, in fact, is scalding picture. In the printing industry, it can be interpreted as a kind of auxiliary material or printing material. Of course, it can also be understood as technology. Ironing, that is, ironing pictures. There are many processing methods. For example, it can be roughly divided into three types: 1. Release film hot stamping, as we often say, is made of release film. The pattern is printed on the release film by image printing, and then transferred to the fabric by hot pressing. Offset hot stamping is more complex, using CMYK, also known as four-color printing. If it is monochrome, that is, solid color printing, relatively simple, are done through the release film.

2 digital printing and hot stamping, using weak solvent ink to print on PU film TPU and other elastic films, and then cut them off. High temperature transfer

  1. Engraving film. Directly cut out the desired pattern on the formed film mirror image, and transfer at high temperature. All of the above are bronzes. Pay attention to the process. It’s about making patterns first. Then through high temperature pressing, transfer to the fabric. This transfer printing process needs high temperature, so it’s called heat transfer printing. Of course, sublimation printing aims at polyester, chemical fiber and other fabrics.