General information

Most of our film products meet all the requirements for printing with all standard printing methods. We mostly utilize thermotransfer printing (sublimation printing) and screen-printing. Some types of films are also suitable for digital printing.

If transparent films are used, we advise printing the image on the back to protect it from abrasion. This way a broad range of design possibilities is available for a large variety of application areas, such as surface films for the finish of plastic parts (FIM technology).
Please note that these details are basic recommendations based on longtime experience with common printing systems. In individual cases it may be necessary to clarify the suitability of a printing method or printing ink to be used with the respective manufacturer. In some cases employment of primers may be necessary. 

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You can also choose your preferred design from a wide spectrum of standard designs:

Thermosublimation printing
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Screen-printing is among the most established methods of printing. In this process, a rubber squeegee is used to transfer the printing ink via a mesh onto a substrate. The mesh openings are made impermeable in those places of the substrate where no print is desired.

• High quantities, cost-efficient method.
• Broad spectrum of colors including metallic colors

• Higher set-up costs (screens etc.) especially when lower quantities are involved

Direct digital printing (DD-printing)
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