information about print and colors

Here you will receive comprehensive information on the different types of printing in pdf format.

information about offset- digital- and screen printing

offset- digital- and screen printing

Offset printing is a very high-quality printing process with photorealistic print quality and almost unlimited color reproduction! The medium to be printed is indirectly printed on printing plates, which apply with rubber rollers, the color to the medium. Common printing method is 4-color printing. The four basic colors CMYK are used (C for cyan, M for magenta, Y for yellow and K for black). In digital printing, the press is controlled by a computer. This is cheaper than offset printing and qualitatively indistinguishable from each other. Different is the screen printing. In this method, a fabric (gauze) is used, which has different fabric openings depending on the color system, by the fact that the print using a doctor blade to print on the material to be printed. Here are colors that are solvent-based or UV-curing, as well as water and plastiol basis used.

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information about printing on advertising materials

printing on advertising materials

Due to its elasticity, the silicone tampon adopts the shape of the printed matter, which makes it easy to print on curved surfaces. An etch makes sense for a durable advertising application, which can be carried out mainly on metallic, nickel-plated, chrome-plated and nitricated materials. In the color embossing, a brass stamped milled punch is used to emboss leather, plastic, paper or book covers in a hot stamping process. The high-frequency blind embossing creates high and low embossed contours and enables the application of transfer images. The blind embossing is exclusively applicable to leather and creates a discreet, inconspicuous but clearly perceptible relief in the material surface. With laser engraving, text and logos can be applied to advertising media in practically any size. The Dirct Print can be used to print color photographs as well as gradients whose material is not paper but has a flat surface.

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information about printing on cups and glasses

printing on cups and glasses

Text must necessarily be wrapped in curves (paths, vectors) when printing a cup. Grayscale and color images in the resolution of 800 dpi (at 100% reproduction) and special colors in separated Voltonfarbkanal be created.

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information about printing on textiles

printing on textiles

For larger quantities is the screen printing. This impresses with its washing resistance and color brilliance. You can refine your textiles with embroidery, whereby the motif is sewn directly onto the fabric. Cost-effective and suitable for short runs, is the transfer printing. In this case, a gatte, rubber-like film is applied. The flocking as the fluffy variant, which is also characterized by its high resistance to washing and light fastness.

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Here you will receive comprehensive information on the different color systems in pdf format.

information about HKS - colours

HKS - colours

HKS colors are special colors for offset printing.

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information about Pantone - colours

Pantone - colours

PMS colors are special colors that can not be achieved in conventional four-color printing, and assigns these colors unique number designations. As with any color system, colors can be exchanged globally based on numbering, without relying on individual color perception.

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information about ORACAL - foil colours

ORACAL - foil colours

Oracal foil we to vehicle lettering, construction signs, gang advertising etc. used and characterized by longevity and their covering property.

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information about RAL - colours

RAL - colours

Based on a color system used worldwide, each color can be clearly assigned.

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information about cup printing inks

cup printing inks

Depending on the material, a distinction is made here between ceramic, glass and organic colors.

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information about flock and flex - foil colours

flock and flex - foil colours

For the plot printing we offer a wide range of different colors, whereby flock is the fluffy variant and flex has a smooth surface.

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