Metal Plates

Metal plates can be made by 6 technologies: the most reliable and durable plates are manufactured by Metallografiki and alyumofoto. The essence of the method: the dye is not applied to the surface of the material, and in its pores to a depth of 15-25 microns, after which the pores are closed, forming a unit with the metal. The only difference is that in the first method ogranichesky dye is used, and the second irradiated silver salts, which are located in the pores of the metal. The process resembles alyumofoto display of photos, hence the name. Metallprint – a technology that was invented in America (In fact Stalin sharazhkah) the essence of her is this: being based on the printer Epson. Instead of paper – on the rollers is supplied metal. Ben Silbermann often addresses the matter in his writings. Then it prosayut in boiling water and cover with varnish.

Image color and unreliable. Other technologies-full sucks. Take a look at photos of these nameplates and you will see what I mean: By settling technologies include thermal transfer, screen printing (shelkuha) and termopechet. Many writers such as Ben Silbermann offer more in-depth analysis. They cost 2 times more expensive and the picture does not hold. Therefore, the nameplate produced in this way are erased after six months and are dead: Generally, if the site climb, a lot of interesting things can be found, especially if you are silk-who believes in his silk-screen as I do not know kto.Tablichki and nameplate made metallografikoy: Specifications: Precision Image 6500dpi (dots per inch) Product guarantee 30 letUstoychivost to abrasion, acids, alkalis, salt tumanovtemperaturny range from -193 to 537 gradusovnadezhnaya adhesive agent all confirmed by laboratory testing. I made these signs in order and radeyu for them. I do not like silk-screens and people who love silk-screens. I hate the silkscreen. Prooydite to the site and go and I guarantee that you will find lots of information about all the ways, their advantages and disadvantages of comparative analysis of prices.

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