Hotstamping

Hot stamping is a dry printing method in which a heated die and foil are used to apply graphics to a surface.
Hot stamping is a straightforward process:

1. A die is mounted and heated,
2. Foil is positioned above the material to be imprinted,
3. A combination of heat, dwell time, pressure and stripping time control the quality of the stamp.

Foil stamping is environmentally friendly due to it being a dry process. It does not use solvents or inks and does not create any harmful vapors.

We can finish all forms and boxes with hot foils from the simple
pad embossing to the complex all round embossing.

The diverse selection of embossing foils, like for example metallic, high gloss, colored and hologram foils, allow for an almost and unlimited number of design possibilities.

Through various techniques like for example flat embossing, relief embossing or structural embossing, the printed product becomes even more individual.