hot stamping

hot stamping

[′hät ‚stamp·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A method of printing in which heated type or stamping dies are pressed against a thin leaf of gold or other metal, or against pigment upon a surface such as paper, board, plastic, or leather; the thin leaf contains a sizing agent that is set by heat; this system is sometimes used for making movie titles and artwork for slides. Also known as hot-press printing.
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Decoration can include hot stamping, silk screening, or metallizing, plus any combination of these effects.
NASDAQ: HOLO) said today that it acquired the hot stamping foil business of Bollore Technologies, a diversified French corporation:
It can be produced in the form of hot stamping foils and cold foils.
Nasdaq National Market: FLMK], a global marketer and supplier of value-added hot stamping foils, holographic security and packaging products and image transfer systems, today announced a strategic addition to its management team.
reportedly cuts the risk of resin degradation when excessive heat is required to achieve good cavity filling, and it ensures excellent release while leaving the surface of molded parts clean and ready for bonding, printing, or hot stamping.
Cheer Key has 30 injection-molding machines and offers general molding, UV clear coat, assembly, hot stamping, silk screening, vacuum metalizing and electro-plating.
Strong performance from both holography and hot stamping foil helped boost earnings.
Nasdaq National Market: FLMK), a manufacturer of hot stamping foils, holographic films and image transfer systems, today announced two strategic additions to its management team.
Executives said the company's unique hot stamping operation eliminates the need for a separate metal medallion on the cap, saving the cost of the medallion and its assembly.
with the hot stamping foil manufacturing capabilities of CFC International in Chicago Heights.