Pad printing involves burning the design into a plate covered with photosensitive emulsion. The plate is then filled with ink. A pad collects the ink from the plate and deposits it on the final surface.
Water transfer decals
Water transfer decals, also known as water slide decals, use a material that is extremely thin and delicate yet strong enough to be moved and slid onto the surface of a product.
Screen printing consists of printing by depositing ink on a material with a flat surface, using the principle of stencilling. The printing uses solvent-based inks according to the graphics and the material to be worked on. The printing is done by superimposing layers of colours.
Hydrography is a 3D printing process that works by immersing a part in water, through a hydrographic film deposited on its surface. It can be applieds to any type of hard-surfaced object, as long as the surface has been prepared and primed.