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Gilding is a production process in box making in which, using special devices that are related to the field of printing and packaging, different shapes are given to the box or carton, and then, using an impact device, various shapes are 3D on the surface of the shape data and finally, using other devices, these parts are connected to each other to form a complete package. This process is used as one of the methods of producing resistant and attractive packaging in various industries such as food, pharmaceutical, stationery, etc.

 

In what industries is gilding used?

Gold plating is an important method in the production of packaging for various industries. Some of these industries are::

1. Food industry: In the food industry, golden packaging is used to pack food such as sweets, cakes, biscuits, chocolates, etc.

2. Pharmaceutical industry: packaging of gold coins are used in the pharmaceutical industry to pack pills, capsules, etc.

3. Stationery industry: gold-plated packaging is used in the stationery industry to package products such as pens, pens, colored pencils, etc.

4. Electronics industry: gold-plated packaging is used in the electronics industry to package products such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets, etc.

5. Home appliance industry: gold-plated packaging is used in the home appliance industry to package products such as kitchen appliances, electrical appliances, etc.

 

How to apply gold plating on packaging

To perform gilding printing on the packaging, the packaging must be prepared first. Then, using a device called a “gilding printer”, the desired shapes are printed on the packaging. These shapes can include letters, numbers, shapes and different designs.

The gilding printer usually uses advanced computer systems for precise control and automatic cuts. By using this device, different shapes can be accurately printed on the packaging, and in this way, the packaging can be displayed more attractively and differently..

Due to the advantages of gilded packaging, including high resistance, visual appeal, recyclability, and various designs, gilding can be used on packaging in many industries such as food, pharmaceutical, stationery, household appliances, and electronics. .