hot stamp

hot stamp

[′hät ‚stamp]
(engineering)
An impression on a forging made in a heated condition.
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30, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Dynamic Robotic Solutions will introduce a new robot laser cutting system for hot stamp press lines at FabTech 2015.
The backstock will be applied by a Franklin Hot Stamp Machine on top of the printed facestock to have a white or colored (depending on the year) background behind it; d.
Add the multi-faceted DecoModTm, cast & cure holographics, cold foil, digital finishing ink jet, flexo, hot stamp, hot melt pattern printers, nips and servo laminating, rotary die, rotary screen, rewind/unwinds, conveyors, plus plow-fold and turn-bars.
When used with a hot stamp press, a colored numbering sequence can be stamped into the product.
When compared to hot stamp coding, inkjet methods are also characterised by higher printing speeds, producing significant production savings overall.
Our hot stamp foils are used in a range of industries from health and beauty, medical, and automotive applications, to industrial and consumer goods.
Hot stamp or thermal printer can be fitted for print and apply labeling of products.
The new company will have one of the broadest hot stamp foil product lines in the world and will be able to offer a wide range of holographic products for the security, packaging and graphic industries.
If the hot stamp is too hot or too cool, you don't get correct transfer of the graphic.
ESPress all-electronic press uses no compressed air and can hot stamp or heat transfer labels up to a 16 x 16 in.
Add the multi-faceted DecoMod[TM], cast & cure holographics, cold foil, digital finishing ink jet, flexo, hot stamp, hot melt pattern printers, nips and servo laminating, rotary die, rotary screen, rewind/unwinds, conveyors, plus plow-fold and turn-bars.
They begin with a specific focus on providing solutions for spent liner (silicone coated release liner) and used hot stamp foil (metalized PET)," says Joe Wichmanowski, project coordinator.