2023.09.6 Application

Custom Heat Shrink Tubings Printing: 4 Methods Explained

Are you looking for a method of heat shrink printing that can meet your specific needs? Well, Hotmarker could be perfect for you. Heat Shrink Printing  has been successfully used in the industries of wire identification, labeling and medical products with great success.   With superior adhesion capabilities at temperatures ranging from 150 to 360°F […]

2023.09.6 Application

Custom Cable Ties Printing: 4 Methods Explained

Custom printed cable ties are widely used across various industries and play a crucial role in bolstering efficiency, accuracy, and security. They provide an easy-to-use fastening system to secure cable bundles or other objects. To enhance their utility even further, many people opt for cable tie printing. This process involves customizing the tags or labels […]

Tags and labels
2023.02.10 Application

Basics of Cable & Wire Identification | Professional’s Handbook

Why Does Cable Identification Matter?   Wirings are generally identified either by alphanumeric characters or by the color of the wires.   Proper identification of wirings is crucial to mitigating risks and improving efficiency, as explained below.   Risk 1: Prevention of Incorrect Wiring The lack of proper identification may cause wires to be connected […]

2023.02.10 Thermal transfer

Thermal Transfer Printing 101 for Industry Professionals

What is Thermal Transfer Printing? Thermal transfer printing is a printing method that involves using a heating element at the tip of a thermal printhead. It is used in a variety of applications, including product labels, bar codes, and receipts issued by supermarkets. Notably, there are two primary types of thermal printing—direct thermal and thermal […]

2023.02.10 Hot stamping

Hot (Foil) Stamping/Printing: Guide for Professionals

What is Hot (Foil) Stamping/Printing?   Hot (Foil) stamping printers create prints on a material by pressing a heated metal piece (“type”) and pigment onto it. This pressed type deforms the material and causes engravings, while the pigment adheres to the material due to heat. The pressing process is conducted by either an air cylinder […]