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Why It’s Crucial To Use Water Transfer Film

Why it’s crucial to use water transfer film

Water transfer printing film can provide irregular objects a three-dimensional curved surface treatment with relation to the overall printing of the surface. Use organic designs like stripes, leopard skin, mahogany, marble, emerald, and other natural patterns. Following processing, the object is changed, giving it bright color and sheen, a lifelike picture, a completely different surface texture, and a much higher value for the finished product.

Applications: automotive supplies: dashboards, control panels, tissue boxes, cup holders, disk racks, rearview mirror frames, operating handles, car locks, etc.; electronic products: telephones, pagers, video recorders, audio, remote controls, mice, clocks and other household items: sofas, coffee tables, cabinets, chandeliers, ashtrays, vases, decoration containers, etc.; Rackets, accessories, cosmetic pencils, cosmetic boxes, etc.; indoor building materials: doors and windows, floors, wall panels, etc.

The latest rising high-efficiency printing manufacturing, water transfer printing is renowned for being comparatively environmentally benign. Water transfer printing employs an activator and water pressure to dissolve and transfer the peeling layer onto the carrier film. The basic method is:

1) Printing on film: printing different patterns onto polymer film;

2) Spray primer: A layer of adhesive must be applied to a variety of materials, including metal, ceramics, and others. Use various background colors, such as brown, brown, khaki, etc. for wood grain, if you wish to transfer different designs.

3) The film’s extension: Lay the film flat on the water’s surface and wait for it to stretch;

4) Activation: Put the transfer film’s design into an ink state by activating it with a unique solvent (activator);

5) Transfer printing: Apply water pressure to the printed material to imprint the active pattern;

6) Wash the remaining contaminants off the printed workpiece with water;

7) Drying: Dry the workpiece that will be printed; the temperature used will depend on the material’s quality and melting point;

8) Apply a transparent topcoat as a finishing coat to protect the printed object’s surface;

9) Drying: After the topcoat has been applied, dry the object’s surface.

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