Pad Printing is an indirect offset printing process that involves an image being transferred from the Flat plane via a silicone pad onto a substrate such as flat, cylindrical, spherical, compound angles, textures, concave, or convex surfaces. which were not available with traditional printing processes.
Pad printing uses a silicone pad to transfer an image onto an item. The machine holds the product steady and presses it into an ink plate before it's stamped by the pad. Pad printing can successfully decorate three-dimensional parts because while transferring the image to the part, the silicone pad wraps around or adapts to the shape of the part without distorting the image, given some image size restrictions. Extremely fine detail and tight multicolor registration are readily achievable with pad printing.
The ability to print on unprintable substrates has turned the pad printing process into a well-established technology and is used today across multiple industries such as automobile , medical, cosmetics, electronics, and more.
ACT has 2 varient in Pad Printing machine and it classified as single and double head and total 08 machines presently ACT holds
1. Single Head Machines : 06 Nos
2. Double Head Machines : 02 Nos