Transfer films for leather and fabric applications
Suitable for wallets, bags, shoes, and ribbons.
Ginkgo has been focusing on developing leather transfer films for decades. Our transfer films can be applied on various substrates, such as genuine leather, synthetic leather, nylon, cotton, and polyester. The customers utilize transfer films for partial and full-surface decorations, and the metallic luster from films can bring out the designs' distinctive features.
Because of an extensive portfolio of colors alongside a high covering power and edge definition features, Ginkgo's transfer films are always the inspiration for international brands, designers, the leather industry, the textile industry, and hot stamping factories.
Vision and evolution of leather transfer films
Ginkgo keeps developing and upgrading our transfer films' definition, abrasion resistance, resilience, and adhesion. And Ginkgo aims to create more possibilities with our innovative transfer films and solutions.
Due to our leather transfer films' brilliant and reliable quality, Ginkgo has provided our transfer films over Bangladesh, China, Europe, India, Japan, Philippines, Syria, Taiwan, and Turkey.
If you are interested in our products, please don't hesitate to contact us. Ginkgo will provide the best solution for you while delivering consistency and reliability.
- Types of Suitable Material: Genuine Leather, PU Leather, Artificial Leather
- Working Process: Roll Stamping
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Transfer film for leather has excellent resilience, adhesion, and abrasion resistance. It is unlikely to break during the manufacturing process. It is transferred onto substrates such as leather, PU, and PVC through the heat and pressure generated in the hot stamping process, adding metallic luster to the products which could not be accomplished by using dyes therefore adding value to products. Our products have passed strict certifications and verifications process of En71-3, CP65, REACH, RoHS, and SGS. We conduct all-round inspections to ensure safety of your products in the market.
Hot stamping film for textile by partial transferring the metal on film onto the substrate, it gives the metallic texture and shine and adds values to the products. What's different to transfer film for textile is that the stamping process is easier and hence it is usually used in stamping patterns onto elastic bandages, textile, ribbons for gifts, T-shirt, fashion outfits, etc.