Hot foil stamping is a process whereby a die is mounted and heated, foil is positioned above the material and a combination of heat, dwell time, pressure and stripping time determine the quality of the stamp. This type of stamping is environmentally friendly as it does not use solvents or inks and does not create any harmful vapors.
Success in hot stamping relies on the quality of the original artwork. In order to get the best result, the original artwork should be as high quality as possible. The better the artwork, the better the end product.
Examples of products for which we use this process are: