Pad printing is an indirect engraving printing process that allows printing of materials of any shape. The use of the silicone pad, which is easily deformed, does not absorb the ink and guarantees an excellent transfer of ink, has contributed to the success of pad printing. The function of the silicone pad is to “take” the image engraved on the flat plate to deposit it on the surface of the support to be printed, whether flat, cylindrical, spherical, angled, textured, convex or concave.
Pad printing is mostly used on products that are difficult to print by more traditional processes, especially for medical, automotive, promotional items, electronic devices.
Pad printing ink. C-PAD ink series is a one component ink designed for industrial and graphic applications on treated PP.
Pad printing ink. The CTL-Pad series is a two-component solvent-based pad printing ink designed for printing on natural or synthetic textiles requiring high flexibility.
Solvent-based pad printing ink. The D-PAD series is one component ink for universal use. You can print of all types of objects.
Pad printing ink. The HQ-PAD series is a single component ink for universal use in the industry.
Solvent-based pad printing ink. MG-PAD ink series has perfect adhesion on glass and metal substrates.
MONO-PAD is a mono-component pad printing ink intended for industrial applications on untreated polypropylene. Compatible with all types of inkwells.
Pad printing ink. The TL3-PAD series is a two-component ink for universal use in industry, especially for sensitive products and in the textile industry.