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Post time: 2013-4-22 11:21:21 |Show all posts
what machines and consumables are used to apply glitter on sheets printed offset and then laminated? is this an offset process? silk screen? flexo? what's the cheapest way to add this feature?

Post time: 2013-4-22 23:29:34 |Show all posts
   I know Sakurai machines are very popular amongst the vendors we use.

Post time: 2013-4-22 21:44:52 |Show all posts
Yes, be aware that the size of the individual glitter particle is limited by the maze of the screen, multicolor glitter looks best.

Post time: 2013-4-22 20:10:26 |Show all posts
so i guess silk screen is the way to do it if it's over a laminate...

Post time: 2013-4-22 19:03:03 |Show all posts
Hi, thermographic involves a lot of heat, so it is probably not a good idea I think (the air between the laminate and paper wil expand, it will blow up, also with some types of paper), but you would have to test it, depents on the the total area of glitter you want to put on, the more glitter, the more heat you need to dry it.

Post time: 2013-4-22 17:13:58 |Show all posts
does thermographic printing hold over laminated stock?

Post time: 2013-4-22 16:08:59 |Show all posts
Hi, silk screen is good for the glitter is mixed with uv varnish and has a very good fixation on to the board / paper, an other option is using a thermograpic process, but the glitter gomes of easely and some customers don't like that (however, looks a bit better because the glitter sparkles more).

Post time: 2013-4-22 14:46:28 |Show all posts
what are popular machines used for silk screen nowadays? anything with a feeder and delivery?

Post time: 2013-4-22 12:51:12 |Show all posts
Off line silk screen is the best way to go.
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