Hot stamping is just a common name for all of us, and the country has a collective name: hot stamping.
Hot stamping is the process of hot stamping metal foil or pigment foil onto the surface of paper (cardboard), plastic prints, or other substrates with the help of a certain pressure.
Bronzing paper, also known as anodized aluminum, is a material composed of a multi-layer structure.
Bronzing paper comes in a variety of colors, often with a metallic effect, not just gold.
In addition to the solid color effect, there are many special effects↓
Hot stamping plate
Hot stamping plates are available in four materials: Zinc, Magnesium, Copper Alloy and Brass.
Zinc plate is the most commonly used hot stamping plate. The advantage is that it is cheap, and the disadvantage is that it is not resistant to India. Generally, it is suitable for prints less than 5000 times, and the thickness is fixed. It cannot be ironed with thick paper and three-dimensional effect.
Magnesium sheets are available in various thicknesses, which are more durable than zinc sheets, and are available in various thicknesses for ironing a three-dimensional effect.
The strength of the copper alloy version is higher than that of the zinc version and the magnesium version.
Brass plate is generally about 7mm thick and has low hardness. It is often made into engraving plate, which can be used for three-dimensional relief, punching, embossing, bumping, three-dimensional ironing and other effects. Due to the complex workmanship, it is the one with the highest production cost.