How to overcome troubles of with printing mascara bottles and other small objects, especially when using fine art designs?
No matter if it is a screen print, DTS (Direct to Shape) inkjet or another printing technology. Small products including mascara bottles cause registration issues or smudged prints more often than they should. Mostly these are caused by the product’s difficult to handle and register size.
This is one reason why single-color printing, hot stamping designs, or preprinted heat transfers make up most of this market. Additionally, this leads to most designs being limited in color or the need to be printed in high quantities.
With DIGITRAN digital heat transfers we want to change this. Thanks to our digital CMYK+white printing technology we can produce heat transfer decals in photorealistic quality and in the quantities you need! From 100 to 1 Million, anything is possible. This makes it a great tool for start-ups, white and private label products as well as special editions. Give your mascara bottles a fresh look with multi color designs, fine gradients or add security features like our 1 point small text.
Furthermore, you do not have to mess with inks, cleaning, clogged print heads, screen making, UV curing or solvents anymore. And if you are running conventional heat transfers as flexo or offset printed ones, you might even use those heat transfer machines for our heat transfers as well!
And to top it all, if you are running a hot stamping machine you might be able to use our digital heat transfers for your mascara bottles, too! Just exchange the stamping plate with a solid rubber plate and off you go. (Note: A foil registration would be a great help.)
Revolutionizing product decoration: digital transfer printing versus screen printing.When it comes to printing on products, choosing the right printing technology is crucial to achieving an impressive and vibrant result. While screen printing has long been a conventional choice, digital transfer printing stands out as a revolutionary alternative, offering unrivaled quality and versatility.
The solution for custom designs on t-shirts, hoodies, bags, sportswear and workwear: DTF Digital Transfers.
Thanks to the combination of digital printing and heat transfer technology, textile transfers can be printed in small quantities, full-color and in the shortest possible time. Thus, the outstanding opacity and feel known from plastisol and screen printed transfers is now also available in small quantities.
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:
Printing on each segment’s edge and not in-between them is the printing challenge of folding meter sticks. And with heat transfers you can achieve just that.
Folding meter sticks printed with digital heat transfers benefit from a high resolution digital print. Not only giving a great price for small quantity multi-color prints, but also being very durable.
Would you think that 1200dpi and 1200dpi digital printing is the same? You probably would.
But actually no, not even close!
Especially when it comes to photo-realistic printing and skin tones the print quality must be on point. The confusing part is that even though both prints shown in the photo have a resolution of 1200 dpi, they are obviously not the same. But how does that come?