Packaging design and manufacturing service provider
The key to differentiating your brand or packaging from competitors on the shelf is not only by the shape of the bottle, but also by the unique visuals of your logo or other graphic design.
Instead of simply labeling bottles or jars or tubes, you can choose our print designs. We can provide almost all forms of printing techniques such as silk screen printing, gold stamping, thermal transfer printing, pad printing, 3D printing, spraying, electroplating, etc.!
It is a process in which the ink is transferred to the printed part with a scraper through a partially hollowed mesh.
Factors that affect the printing effect are as follows: the density of the mesh, the angle of the scraper, the viscosity of the ink, etc.!
Screen printing equipment is simple and easy to operate, easy to print and plate making, has low cost, and has strong adaptability. The range of screen printing applications is very broad. In addition to water and air (including other liquids and gases), any kind of object can be used as a substrate.
Gold stamping and Thermal Transfer Printing
Gold stamping is a process in which a coating on a plastic film is forcibly transferred to a plastic part under the action of high temperature and pressure.
High-end cosmetics require high gloss and real metal decoration, which is screen printed or produced using metal colorants packaging can not achieve.
In these cases, foil can be used to highlight brand names, logos or product descriptions.
The three elements of gold stamping are: temperature, pressure and time. Gold stamping can only be done with one color at a time. For color registration, it is necessary to repeatedly change the gold stamping paper or ink, and there are requirements for order and positioning.
Thermal Transfer Printing
Thermal transfer printing: A process similar to gold stamping, with the advantages of gold stamping and printing, which can print multi-color or customized patterns to products at one time. The transfer printing process transfers the exquisite pattern on the transfer film to the surface of the product through one-time processing (heating and pressure) of the thermal transfer machine. After molding, the ink layer and the surface of the product are integrated, which is realistic and beautiful, and greatly improves the grade of the product.
Cosmetics with a clear positioning style often need to be packaged with design drawings that conform to the style.
At the same time, only a sufficiently three-dimensional design is easier to stand out and interpret the style on the shelf. This needs 3D printing. 3D printing is also called three-dimensional printing. The process is similar to normal color printing.
It adopts a principle that simulates the space difference caused by the distance between the human eyes. It can record pixels at different angles and levels on the photosensitive material, and then use the composite of grating materials to present a three-dimensional effect on a two-dimensional plane image and even a virtual reality.
The stereoscopic picture can be clearly and clearly felt by observing directly through the eyes!
It can be simply understood as a kind of seal. This process is very simple. Use the steel (or copper, thermoplastic) gravure, and a curved pad printing head made of silicone rubber material is used to dip the ink on the gravure into the pad printing head surface, and then press the surface of the desired object to print text, patterns, etc.
Because its soft silicone is highly deformable, it can be printed on a variety of uneven products.
Spray painting & Electroplating
If you want cosmetic packaging to show a metallic luster or frosted effect, spray technology will be a good choice.
Spraying is a process in which a spray gun or a disc atomizer is used to disperse into uniform and fine droplets with the help of pressure or centrifugal force, and then a paint coating is adhered to the surface of the plastic product to cure to enhance the appearance!
We can use spraying printing technology to obtain coatings with wear resistance, corrosion resistance, heat insulation, electrical conductivity, insulation, sealing, lubrication and other special mechanical physical and chemical properties on various substrates.
In case of glossy finishes, lacquering is not the favourable option, and vacuum metallization is used. With vacuum metallization, a metal layer is applied onto the plastic. Vacuum metallization is the physical depositing of an evaporated material (usually aluminum) onto a specific item.
This process takes place in a vacuum chamber, where the packaging item and (evaporated) metal are combined.