Heat Transfer Machine

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Thermal transfer printing is a technology that prints the pattern on the heat-resistant adhesive paper, and prints the pattern of the ink layer on the finished material by heating and pressing. Because of its corrosion resistance, impact resistance, aging resistance, wear resistance, fire prevention, and no discoloration after 15 years of outdoor use. Therefore, thermal transfer printing technology is widely used in electrical appliances, daily necessities, building materials decoration, etc.

The process of thermal transfer printing is to transfer the color or pattern on the transfer film to the surface of the workpiece through the heating and pressure of the thermal transfer machine. The heat transfer machine has one-time forming, bright colors, lifelike, high gloss, good adhesion, no pollution, and durable wear.

Thermal transfer printing is widely used in various plastic products (ABS, PS, PC, PP, PE, PVC, etc.) and treated wood, bamboo, leather, metal, glass, etc. Applicable to electrical products, office stationery, toy products, building materials decoration, pharmaceutical packaging, leather products, cosmetics, daily necessities, etc.

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