PRINTING ON LEATHER
Successfully printing on leather makes it even more valuable if you’re able to personalize it with logos, patterns, art, and text. To print leather, the ink needs to become part of the fabric and texture of the leather itself. There are several ways to print leather. These includes inkjet, screen, and pad printing. All these three methods are ideal in the production of many high-end fashion and décor leather products.
INKJET, SCREEN, AND PAD PRINTING
to lightly textured leather substrates while pad printing is ideal for
printing on 3-dimensional objects, compound angles, and textured leather surfaces.
Tampo Printing on leather is a great application for promotional products, fashion, and footwear manufacturers. You need a good printing ink for synthetic leather and leather substrates.
PAD PRINTING INK FOR LEATHER
TP series is a great leather pad printing ink. Because leather products are natural, you need an ink that will blend well with such a substrate, will last long, and will be able to withstand abrasion resistance. The TP pad printing ink is such an ink. It is durable, while sustainable.
It is important to note that TP Series Ink is a one -of- a- kind pad printing ink. It adheres onto a wide range of substrates including metal, wood, paper, plastics, and leather.
Use the TP series paired with the i-300x cross-linker and TMF pad printing ink thinner for maximum abrasion resistance to print leather-like and leather substrates.