Nolato's New Decoration Technique

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Nolato is now offering a new decoration technique that, combined with painting, produces a highly sustainable surface for all kinds of consumer electronics. Printing the decor onto a medium and then transferring it to a product creates decorative possibilities that can’t be achieved by printing directly onto the product.

The process takes place in two stages, the first of which is to print the decor onto transfer paper. In the second stage, the printed decor is transferred to the surface of the product using heat and pressure. This technique opens up endless possibilities for product decoration. Imagination is the only limit.

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  • Michael Foster
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  • Created 05 Apr 2023
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