|Hardness A:||50°±5°||tensile strength:||>10MP|
|Temperature resistance:||250°||density:||1.141g/cubic centimeter|
Size problem: regular size: 1750mm width*3050mm length*3mm thickness 1750mm width*3450mm length*3mm thickness 1750mm width*3600mm length*3mm thickness 1750mm width*3800mm length*3mm thickness Other special sizes can be customized
Gilding presses are machines used to apply gold leaf or foil to various surfaces, typically for decorative purposes. When using a gilding press, a 2mm silicone sheet is often placed as a barrier and cushion between the gold leaf and the surface being gilded. When using a gilding press, a 2mm silicone sheet is often placed as a barrier and cushion between the gold leaf and the surface to be gilded. When using a gilding press, a 2mm silicone sheet is often placed as a barrier and cushion between the gold leaf and the surface to be gilded. The silicone sheet serves to facilitate even and correct adhesion of the gold leaf.
Begin by preparing the surface. Ensure it is clean, smooth, and free of dust or debris. Typically, gilding is done on materials such as paper, leather, or other objects.
Then, apply the gold leaf by placing it onto the prepared surface in the desired location. Gold leaf is very delicate, so handle it with care.
Keep the silicone sheet clean and clear of debris. Cut a 2mm silicone sheet to the size needed for the gold leaf area.
Setup your gilding press by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Usually, you will put the silicone sheet on the surface to be gilded, then place the gold leaf on top.
Next, apply pressure by turning on the gilding press and pressing evenly on the silicone sheet and gold leaf. The pressure needs to be strong enough to transfer the gold leaf onto the surface but not too much to harm the delicate gold leaf or surface material.
Finally, take off the silicone sheet. Carefully remove the thin silicone sheet from the area where the gold leaf was applied. This should leave the gold leaf attached to the surface.
To finish, you may need to use other techniques or tools in order to ensure that the gold leaf is firmly attached and any excess is removed.