Rotary Print

photogravure silk

Transfer Film

Heat Transfer

Transfer processing is a method of decorative printing performed by applying heat and pressure through a high-temperature rubber roll to a film to transfer the printed graphics on the film to the surface of a mold product. It is possible to improve the design quality by applying partial aluminum vacuume evaporation or applying mat printing, or add functionality, such as a hard coating. As a standard graphic print method, transfer processing is applied to products in a wide variety of fields, such as home electronics products and cosmetics as well as home articles for daily use.

Features and Performance
1
Ensures ease of multi-color and high-resolution photographic printing on
mold products, which is difficult in other methods.
2
Allows simultaneous surface treatment processing, such as hard coating processing.
3
By using vacuum evaporation, a metalic touch can be added to the surface.
4
Uses no solvent for transfer processing, thus making it possible to improve the work environment.
5
Ensures the simplification of equipment and improvement in productivity.
6
Supports a wide variety of materials flexibly.

In-Mold Transfer film

About In-Mold Transfer

In-mold transfer film evolved from transfer film. In this method, the printed film is sent into a metallic mold so that the graphics on the film will be transferred to the product in the mold fabricated with the heat and pressure of the mold. Unlike conventional methods, decorative printing on 3-dimentional curved surfaces, mold products with holes, and loose concavo-convex surfaces are possible.

Features and Performance
1
Ensures graphic printing on a variety of shapes,
which is considered impossible in conventional methods.
2
Raises the added value of products by combining with functional materials,
such as hard coatings.
3
Ensures a reduction in cost with the simplification
of production processes enabled.
4
Saves energy and space that will lead to improvement
in the work environment.
5
Allows the highly precise positioning of graphics printed
on mold products.

Insert Film

Insert Film is a method of printing graphics to a film that has an affinity to the materials of a product to be molded, putting the film on the mold, and transferring the film together with the graphics to the surface of the product at the time of molding. This method was developed as a simple way of decorating injection mold products. With the spread of the use of plastic products, the number of applications of this method increased. Presently, the method is available to blow molding products, such as cosmetic and chemical containers, as well as home electronics parts and automobile-related parts.

Features and Performance
1
Stamps out printing films and integrates them with mold products
(resin) in molding machines.
2
Films cover the surface of ink,
thus excelling in durability and ensuring sanitary printing.
3
Ideal for printing on children’s tableware and business-use lunchboxes.
4
Uses conventional equipment and prints graphics.
10-color photogravure rotary press
Multi-color silk rotary press
10-color photogravure rotary press