ISO 9001:2015


ISO 14001:2015




ISO 9001:2015


ISO 14001:2015



Secondary Processes

Range of services including trimming, printing, and ultrasonic welding to provide finished parts that meet customer requirements.

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We provide the best qualityTampo Printing for customers around the world.

Tampo printing, also called pad printing, is a process that uses an etched plate and a silicone pad to transfer ink onto curved or irregularly shaped surfaces. The silicone pad picks up ink from the plate and deposits it onto the object being printed, resulting in a precise and durable print. This method is widely used in industries such as automotive, medical, and electronics due to its ability to print on a variety of surfaces, including plastics, metals, ceramics, and glass.


Tampo printing has several advantages over other printing methods. It allows for printing on irregularly shaped objects that cannot be printed with other methods, and it produces a durable, long-lasting print. Tampo printing is also cost-effective, as it requires less setup time and materials than other printing methods.

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Tampo Printing Process

Artwork Preparation

  • Create a design file and convert it to a vector format.
  • Separate the design into color layers and output as film positives or negatives.
  • Use a photosensitive emulsion to create a polymer plate.

  • 1st Step

    Plate Creation

  • Coat the plate with emulsion and expose to UV light through the film.
  • Develop the plate in water to remove unexposed areas.
  • Post-cure the plate to harden the exposed areas.

  • 2nd Step

    Ink Mixing

  • Choose ink color and type based on substrate.
  • Mix ink with a solvent to achieve the desired consistency.
  • Test ink on substrate for adhesion and drying time.

  • 3rd Step

    Printing Machine Setup

  • Select the appropriate printing pad size and shape.
  • Adjust pad height and pressure for proper ink pickup and transfer.
  • Install the printing plate and align with the pad.

  • 4th Step

    Object Preparation

  • Clean and dry the object to remove contaminants.
  • Apply a primer or adhesion promoter if necessary.

  • 5th Step


  • Load object onto printing machine fixture or conveyor.
  • Ink the plate and transfer ink to the pad.
  • Lower the pad onto the object and transfer the ink.
  • Lift the pad and move to the next object.

  • 6th Step

    Drying and curing

  • Allow ink to dry on the object.
  • Cure ink using heat or UV light for proper adhesion.

  • 7th Step

    Frequently Asked Question

    Tampo Printing is a type of printing technique that involves transferring ink from a pad onto a substrate. It is also known as pad printing.

    Tampo Printing can be used on a variety of substrates, including plastic, metal, glass, ceramic, and even some fabrics.

    The maximum size that can be printed with Tampo Printing depends on the size of the pad used. Generally, pads can be made in a variety of sizes to accommodate different print sizes and shapes.

    Yes, Tampo Printing can be used for multi-color designs. Each color is printed separately using a different pad, and the ink is allowed to dry between colors.

    Tampo Printing is a versatile printing technique that can be used on a variety of substrates and can achieve high levels of detail. It is also a cost-effective method for printing small to medium-sized quantities.

    The process for Tampo Printing involves preparing the artwork, transferring the artwork to a plate, inking the plate, transferring the ink to a pad, and then transferring the ink from the pad to the substrate.

    The durability of Tampo Printing depends on the substrate used and the type of ink used. In general, Tampo Printing is a relatively durable printing technique.

    Yes, Tampo Printing can be used for irregularly shaped objects. The pad used in Tampo Printing can be customized to accommodate the shape of the object.

    The lead time for Tampo Printing depends on the complexity of the design and the size of the order. Generally, Tampo Printing can be completed within a few days to a few weeks.

    Yes, Tampo Printing can be used for large production runs. The printing speed can be increased by using automated Tampo Printing equipment.

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    We provide the best quality Ultrasonic Welding for customers around the world.

    Ultrasonic welding is the fastest known welding technique, with weld times typically between 0.1 and 1.0 seconds. In addition to welding, ultrasonic energy is commonly used for processes such as inserting metal parts into plastic or reforming thermoplastic parts to mechanically fasten components made from dissimilar materials. Ultrasonic welding is used in almost all major industries like automotive, electronic and appliances, medical, packaging etc. A limitation of ultrasonic welding is that with current technology, large joints cannot be welded in a single operation. In addition, specifically designed joint details are required. Ultrasonic vibrations can also damage electrical components, although the use of higher frequency equipment can reduce this damage. Also, depending on the parts to be welded, tooling costs for fixtures can be high.

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    Ultrasonic Welding Process

    Material Selection and Compatibility

  • Compatible materials selected with suitable properties for welding.
  • Ensure that the materials are clean and free from debris.

  • 1st Step

    Part Design and Preparation

  • Design the parts with suitable joints and surface finishes.
  • Align and clamp the parts together to hold them in place.

  • 2nd Step

    Ultrasonic Welding Equipment Setup

  • Assemble the ultrasonic welding machine and adjust the parameters.
  • Conduct a Standard Process Capability (SPC) study to determine optimal parameters.

  • 3rd Step

    Positioning of Parts

    Place the parts in the welding machine and position the sonotrode over the joint area.

    4th Step

    Welding Process

  • Apply pressure to hold the parts together during welding.
  • Apply ultrasonic vibrations through the sonotrode to generate frictional heat.
  • The heat melts the plastic at the joint, fusing it together.
  • Maintain pressure and vibrations until the material cools and solidifies.

  • 5th Step

    Inspection and Testing

  • Inspect the welded parts visually and manually for defects.
  • Conduct a statistical process control (SPC) analysis.
  • Test the parts to verify that they meet specifications.

  • 6th Step

    Frequently Asked Question

    Ultrasonic welding can be used to weld a variety of materials, including thermoplastics, metals, and composites. However, the materials must be able to conduct ultrasonic waves.

    Ultrasonic welding offers several advantages over other welding techniques. It is a fast, reliable, and cost-effective process that produces high-quality, consistent welds. It also does not require any consumables, such as electrodes or filler materials.

    The welding time in ultrasonic welding is typically determined by the thickness of the materials being welded and the amount of energy needed to create a strong bond. The time can be adjusted by changing the amplitude of the ultrasonic waves or the pressure applied to the parts.

    Ultrasonic welding is commonly used in the automotive, electronics, medical, and packaging industries to join parts such as plastic components, electrical connectors, and medical devices.

    The quality of ultrasonic welds can be evaluated using a variety of methods, including visual inspection, tensile testing, and leak testing. The welds can also be analyzed using techniques such as microscopy, spectroscopy, and ultrasonic testing.

    Ultrasonic welding can be used to join some dissimilar materials, but the materials must have similar melting points and must be able to conduct ultrasonic waves. Adhesive or mechanical interlocking techniques may be necessary for joining materials that cannot be welded directly.

    Common defects in ultrasonic welds include incomplete welds, flash, voids, and delamination. These defects can be caused by improper settings or alignment of the welding equipment, contamination of the parts, or variations in the materials being welded.

    Single-point ultrasonic welding involves welding two parts together at a single point, while multi-point ultrasonic welding involves welding multiple points simultaneously. Multi-point welding can be faster and more efficient for welding larger or more complex parts.

    Yes, ultrasonic welding can be easily automated for high-volume production. Automated ultrasonic welding systems can be programmed to control welding parameters such as amplitude, pressure, and time, and can also include sensors for monitoring the welding process and detecting defects.

    The typical frequency range used in ultrasonic welding is between 20 kHz and 70 kHz. However, the optimal frequency depends on the materials being welded and the size and shape of the parts.

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