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Pad Printing Technical CD

The purpose of this technical pad printing CD manual is to provide a comprehensive resource to beginners and experienced printers alike.

Peter Kiddell, a recognised world expert in the field of pad printing, has written it. Peter and his partner, Carol Swift, travel the world training and troubleshooting in screen, pad and digital printing.

Example of Contents

You can view Chapter 1 by clicking on the link below:

VIEW CHAPTER 1*

* Please note the extract is in PDF format and you will need Acrobat Reader to open the file.

Chapters

The manual is broken down into the following chapters.

1) History & Principles
2) Advantages & Disadvantages
3) Choosing a Pad Printing Machine
4) Health & Safety
5) Silicone Pads
6) Printing Plates
7) Doctor Blades
8) Sealed Ink Cups
9) Inks
10) Colour Perception
11) Machine Set Up
12) Process Controls
13) Print Hints
14) Quality Perception
15) Material Recognition
16) Pre-Treatment
17) Post-Treatment
18) Static Electricity
19) Design Attributes
20) Process Comparisons
21) Glossary of Terms
22) Appendix of Articles

 

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