Contrast Of Screen Printing And Hot Stamping
Screen printing is one of the oldest printing methods. It seems to have been used by the Phoenicians, and then widely in Japanese art and then in contemporary art: Andy Warhol's famous Marilyn diptych was indeed made with this technique.
Hot stamping or hot stamping also has a long history, with patents dating back to the early nineteenth century. Both nobles can enhance your labels with sophisticated effects: if you're considering giving your labels an extra touch, this guide will help you find the best finish for your needs!
Screen printing is achieved by screen printing stretched on a frame and treated so that the ink can only pass through the areas where the image to be printed has been reproduced. Each color corresponds to a different frame. Hot foil or hot stamping is the process of transferring a metallic or neutral foil onto a flat surface through the combined action of pressure and heat. The application of these finishes can make the label truly unique. However, it is necessary to consider some peculiarities to obtain perfect results.
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