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Image transfer process for vacuum bottles

Bottles with full colour designs applied using a traditional mug press and the established CPM transfer paper
After application, the satin matt finish of the material and the seamless joints between the different panels will offer the impression of a traditional wallcovering.

With the current global crusade to banish and replace all single use plastic bottles from our daily lives, TheMagicTouch offers its image transfer process to decorate and personalise vacuum bottles. Using the latest in white-toner technology together with the established CPM transfer paper, full colour designs can be applied using a traditional mug press. Unlike sublimation, the process is able to register white and therefore full colour imaging is possible on any colour bottle. These products can now be decorated with a minimum of one, making them considerably easier to sell and market to target customers.

This bottle style design incorporates an insulated food grade stainless steel layer with an insulated liner that enables the bottle to keep drinks hot or cold for up to 12 hours. The bottles are easy to clean, rust and leak proof with a wide drip free opening. The average cost for the full colour decoration is less than 25p per bottle and takes less than two minutes to produce. The company offers a range of coloured enamel mugs printed using the same CPM process with the same traditional mug press.

Managing director Jim Nicol comments: “These products make real sense and will be part of our lives for many, many years to come. Until now the choice of technology available to decorate different colour mugs and drinks bottles has been restricted either to traditional screen/pad printing or more recently using UV printers; what we offer is an affordable, quick and very durable solution assisting customers to increase the range of products possible using the TMT/OKI white-toner technology.


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