Hot stamping

Hot stamping process: Hot stamping is a process based on heat, pressure, and the colour. A hot stamping die with the image to be transferred onto the printed surface is preheated to the application temperature. A predried hot stamping foil is then placed between the die and the substrate. The hot die is pressed to the substrate with just enough pressure to transfer the colour. An embossing along the image contour can be achieved, if the substrate permits this (as is the case with e.g. wooden boxes for chocolate candies). Other names of this process in colloquial or regional use include hot printing or gold tooling. If you want to know more about hot stamping, ask about a training session Keller can deliver at its headquarters. By providing a cycle of essential training modules, we support our recurring and prospective customers.

  • The hot stampers manufactured at Keller are developed at the in-house Design Engineering Office and by Keller’s expert designers.
  • Keller also designs and installs electrical and automatic equipment solutions in its products.
  • A remote service access functionality available on Keller machines helps Keller automation engineers respond quickly to changing demands of customers.
  • Keller’s Manufacturing Plant in Skórzewo near Poznań has all the tools and professionals to deliver just the pad printing solutions you need.
  • Transfer speed and application precision are the greatest advantages of Keller hot stamping machines (sometimes a.k.a. gold tooling machines or hot printers).
  • Our machines feature components of superior quality (made by Festo, Mitsubishi and Siemens).
  • The operation of machines is very intuitive.
  • The hot stamping solutions are designed throughout per customer’s detailed specifications and special demands.
  • Our hot stamping machines are manufactured for various industry sectors, including household appliances, pharmaceutical and automotive.