Tagless Label Printing on Flock MaterialsAugust 14th, 2009 | Author: InkcupsNow
This ICN tagless label is printed on a flock material, which is used for all kinds of apparel like daywear, outerwear and activewear, and is much like fleece to the touch.
Due to its “fuzzy” texture, the flock material definitely posed a challenge for printing a tagless label, but by using the good old “Trial and Error” approach our pad printing specialists managed to quickly find a solution to the problem
We found that they key to successful printing on difficult garments , such as flock material, is by controlling these variables:
• Depth of printing plate
• Speed of the thinner
• Printing pad durometer
• Machine cycle
If you have any questions or need advice about tagless printing and its applications, please give us a call at 978-646-8980!
Printer used in this project:
Type: Semi-Automatic Pad Printer
Model: Two Color
Standard applications: neck tagless labels, pens, stress balls, other metal and plastic parts…
Unconventional applications: cookies, contact lenses
More info: ICN-150 Tagless Pad Printer Page