Logo effect on microfiber Jewelry bag

Logo effect on microfiber Jewelry bag

We usually do colorless debossed logo on microfiber pouch by default.

Heat transfer printing on microfiber fabric is a process that involves applying heat and pressure to transfer a design onto the fabric without using any colored ink. The temperature settings during the printing process play a crucial role in determining the outcome of the printed design. Depending on the thickness and complexity of the logo, different temperature settings are selected to achieve varying colors and depths in the final result.

For thin lines and intricate designs, higher temperatures are preferred to ensure a more uniform and consistent appearance of the logo. However, when dealing with bold lines and higher temperatures, the logo may appear darker, and there can be instances of uneven coloring. This phenomenon occurs because the fabric undergoes shrinking and color changing due to the heat application.

On the contrary, when working with thicker lines and lower temperatures, the logo tends to appear very light, almost colorless, on the microfiber fabric. This subtle effect is a result of the lower temperature not allowing the colorless transfer material to adhere to the fabric as intensely.

In conclusion, understanding the impact of temperature settings and design complexity is essential when engaging in colorless heat transfer printing on microfiber fabric. By carefully selecting the appropriate temperature levels, one can achieve desired results in terms of color, depth, and overall appearance of the printed design.

We can also do other colors mettalic debossing, like gold, silver, copper rose gold and some other colors.

The method of hot stamping metallic colors is usually to use metallic foil for hot stamping. Here are the general steps:

  1. Preparation: Place the metal foil on the surface of the object to be printed, and make sure the foil is flat and fits the surface.
  1. Use a hot stamping machine: Place the designed logo pattern on the metal foil, and then use a hot stamping machine to apply appropriate temperature and pressure respectively.
  1. Hot stamping process: When the hot stamping machine applies heat and pressure, the metal foil will combine with the surface of the object, and the logo pattern will be transferred to it.
  1. Tear off the metal foil: After the hot stamping is completed, carefully tear off the metal foil so that the metallic logo will remain on the surface of the object.

With this method, you can achieve a metallic logo effect on the object. During the operation, be sure to control the temperature, pressure and time to ensure that the effect is as expected.

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