Today we’ll start our new “Color Makes The Difference” project! Every week we will post a product printed using our digital heat transfer decals to keep you inspired!
For this one we picked a PP (polypropylene) mascara bottle which was decorated with a mock-up design created by us.
What makes this one special is the heat transfer that was printed for this product. Besides having a great gloss, the transfer will stick to the PP without any pretreatment at all! Due to that you can not only print anything from smaller volumes to the quantities that you need. Furthermore, you can also do this with a photo-realistic quality and with a straightforward heat transfer process. Can it be more convenient than that?
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Besides many other factors that can influence the heat transfer process, the three most important ones are heat, time, and pressure. No matter if it is a textile transfer or a transfer for packaging applications, you should know about the effect of these parameters and how a transfer is affected by them.
Textile heat transfers come in three technologies when it comes to peeling. This can be “hot peel”, “cold peel” or “hot split”. But what is the difference between them?
Airless dispensers are up and coming, just like our digital printing solutions for them.
For mandrel carried products such as airless dispensers, shells, or cosmetic tubes, #DIGITRAN offers a range of digital heat transfer printing solutions. Read on to know which these are:
Ceramic bottles are perfect to give your spirits a unique look.
Not only do they look different than all those glass bottles, but they will also protect your drink from sunlight!
Furthermore, you don’t need a primer, curing, or drying. Once the image is applied the bottle you can be fill or pack and ship it right away.
As heat transfer technology in general is well established for printing mascara bottles, the digital version by DIGITRAN makes it even better!
Here are 7 reasons why: