Our high elastic silicone gilding plate is a versatile and essential tool for gilding and decoration projects. Made from premium-quality silicone material, it offers exceptional elasticity and a smooth surface for precise application of metallic foils and decorative materials. The plate’s flexibility allows it to conform to curved or irregular surfaces, ensuring seamless and flawless gilding results. It is compatible with various substrates such as paper, fabric, plastic, wood, and metal. With its durable construction and easy-to-clean design, our high elastic silicone gilding plate is a reliable and long-lasting tool for achieving professional and visually stunning gilding effects.
Requirements for bronzing silicone plate: High temperature resistance 300-400°C, hardness requirements can be determined according to the requirements of customers’ printing patterns. Generally, the hardness is 30A°, 40A°, 50A°, 60A°, 70A°, 80A°, 90A°, etc.
Hot stamping silicone plate is a matching product for hot stamping equipment. It uses a silicone plate as a heat carrier to transfer exquisite patterns to the product. The colors are red, orange, white and black. It has the characteristics of high temperature resistance 300-400 ℃, high pressure resistance, high thermal conductivity, good elasticity and high temperature resistance.
Mainly used for plastic toys, craft gifts, hardware electronics, product special printing industry for high temperature resistance, heat transfer new materials, special high temperature resistant products. The hot stamping silicone plate plays the role of heat transfer, and the hot stamping paper is printed on the object to be hot stamped through the heat transfer of this product.
Sublimation hot stamping machine
The high elastic silicone gilding plate is made through a manufacturing process that involves several key steps. First, a high-quality silicone rubber compound is prepared by mixing base and curing agents. The mixture is then poured into a mold designed to create the desired shape and texture of the gilding plate. After curing, the plate is demolded, and any excess material is trimmed to achieve a smooth surface. Quality control measures are taken to ensure the plate meets the required specifications. Finally, the gilding plates are packaged and prepared for distribution to customers.