Screen printing, pad printing, and inkjet printing are all excellent methods for decorating leather. Both inkjet and screen printing work best for smooth, lightly textured leather substrates. Pad printing, on the other hand, is ideal for printing on 3-dimensional objects, compound angles, and textured leather surfaces.
Compared to hot-stamping on leather and leatherette products, these three printing methods are superior. Hot-stamping uses heat and pressure, which could be high. As a result, hot stamping risks damaging the product surface.
Tampo (pad) printing on leather is a great application for promotional products, fashion, and footwear manufacturers. To print on this product, you need a good printing ink for leather and synthetic leather substrates. The Natron TP Series ink line.
Boston Industrial Soluitons, Inc. formulated the TP series for printing on a wide range of products. Boston Industrial Soluitons, Inc. formulated the TP series ink to work well on a wide range of products, including plastics, paper, wood, and leather. Additionally, this ink features quick drying time, high gloss, high opacity, and is flexible.
Learn more about sustainable printing practices. We recommend using the Natron TP pad printing inks with our screen or pad printing machines.