Automation Revolutionizes Water Transfer Printing
While water transfer printing, also known as hydro dipping, has a long history, its adoption has surged significantly over the past 10 to 15 years, driven in large part by automation. Known by various names, including hydro dipping, water immersion, and others, this versatile technology relies on water-soluble films to transfer intricate patterns onto a variety of products.
Improve efficiency through automation:
Tsautop is a leading supplier and manufacturer in the hydro dipping industry. With 15 years of experience, they specialize in hydro dipping film, equipment, custom hydro dipping, and hydro dipping services. Their automatic water transfer printing equipment is designed to meet the demands of enterprises producing millions of parts annually. The production line is equipped with conveyor belts and robotic systems for painting and performing water transfer processes.
Diversified applications to improve production efficiency:
Water transfer printing, commonly known as hydro dipping, is good at decorating objects with delicate graphics such as wood grain, carbon fiber, camouflage, and geometric patterns. Notably, the technique is extremely versatile, capable of decorating plastic, fiberglass, wood, ceramics and metal. From car dashboards and interiors to smaller items like helmets and car trim, hydrographics has a place in a variety of industries.
Automation, ranging from the use of robotic arms for dipping parts into machining systems to automated spray systems that apply chemical activators, significantly reduces production time and increases overall throughput. This transformative technology streamlines the water transfer printing process, making it more efficient and user-friendly than ever.