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Have a plastic part with a fairly flat print surface? It can still be screen-printed through the magic of Diamond Screen’s premium services. We have found that screen-printed inks are among the most versatile of all inks, boasting a great range of colors that are available for different types of plastics. Additionally, Diamond Screen remains one of very few companies in existence that is still using solvent-based inks in addition to UV-based inks for applications such as:
Injection molded parts are another typical application for pad printing, and our facility can handle flat, oval, concave, round of textured surfaces with the pad printing method. When it comes to your plastic parts application, leave it to Diamond Screen to offer single or multicolor printing as well as an array of different inks, from solvent-based air-drying types to UV and even two-part epoxy for maximum durability. We work closely with many ink manufacturers to find the right ink for your application:
The hot foil stamping process is ideal for plastic parts that have a fairly flat print surface (and which can still be screen-printed); screen-printed inks are arguably the most versatile of all inks, what with their range of colors and availability for different types of plastics. The Diamond Screen hot foil stamping process is great for:
For over 20 years, Diamond Screen Process has been successfully servicing a myriad of injection molding houses and manufacturers all types of plastic products, and we’re proud of the fact that our facility can handle everything plastic – from PVC and ABS to acrylic and styrene – whether treated or untreated. Depending on your particular project, we can utilize solvent-based or UV inks in standard or PMS colors, and we also offer a number of “special effects” applications in the form of transparent, metallic, fluorescent, phosphorescent and others.