CZ   EN   DE   FR


Pad printing allows you to pass a two-dimensional image of a three-dimensional object. The method consists in converting the printed image from the printing plate via a silicone pad on the surface for printing. Pad printing is one of the main printing techniques, which are used for printing of promotional and gift-dimensional objects. Additionally, pad printing used in a variety of industries - the automotive, textile, healthcare, sports or toy. Due to the adaptability of the swab is possible to transfer image on the surface of any shape.

The benefits that brings pad printing

Pad printing is special print options uneven and curved surfaces differently. Thanks plasticity swab can fill intricately textured surface. Print retains sufficient legibility of text and graphic elements.

The great advantage of pad printing technology is its effectiveness in printing in quantities.

Where it is possible to use pad printing?

Pad printing can be used on various types of materials, namely, plastic, glass, porcelain, ceramics, paper, cardboard and metal.

Examples of specific subjects:

  • promotional items - pens, lighters, bottle openers, mugs, vases, glasses, key chains
  • industrial goods - accessories, car accessories, lighting, computer components, electrical and electronic components
  • photographic equipment
  • toys
  • shaped greeting cards, wishes and PF, table and hanging calendars, paper bags, diaries, business card
  • USB flash drives
  • food packaging and cosmetics
  • pharmaceuticals - tablets, syringes and other medical aids
  • sports equipment

In addition to the above, we are able to print many more items according to your requirements. The original can be, for example, display your logo directly on the bottle of good wine or a custom golf balls for your promotion. Imagination has no limits.

Technical terms that you may encounter with pad printing

cliché - indicates print form for pad printing
block – cliche
swab – used to transfer printed motif on the subject, it is produced from silicone rubber (hence pad printing)