The hot stamping process is obtained through the incision of a printing block, which is then heated. The foil is positioned between the substrate to be stamped and the printing block; the combined action of pressure and heat causes the detachment of the colouring layer of the foil, which applies to the sheet itself.

This technique goes back to the use of gold leaf on the covers of books to be embellished; it is the only stamping process able to bring shine and metallic effects onto paper, cardboard, plastic and other substrates.

Our foils are ideal for all types of packaging in paper or cardboard, for packages, labels, wine capsules, greetings cards, advertising displays, covers of books and magazines, foodstuff and pharmaceutical packaging.