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What is the difference between printing and mud for financial supplies?

2018/10/19 12:01
When you use seals in office, you will use mud or oil. Mud is one of the main materials for stamping. Usually, mud used for seal engraving is different from the oil used for official documents. The following section explains the difference between printing oil and printing mud.
What is the difference between printing ink and printing mud?
Printing oil can be divided into pigments and dyes according to its main components, and pigments can be divided into inorganic pigments and organic pigments. Organic pigments are insoluble in water, so organic pigments are the preferred material for printing.
Oil printing can be divided into oil printing, alcohol printing and water-based printing. Oil printing is mainly composed of hydrocarbon solvents. Because of its good weather resistance, oil printing is widely used.
Printing media can be divided into metal material special printing, ceramic special printing, food special printing, glass special printing, textile material special printing and so on.
According to the seal material, printing can be divided into three kinds: photosensitive seal oil, common stamp oil, atomic seal oil and so on.
The mud used for seal cutting is mainly made of mugwort fiber, cinnabar and castor oil, and these materials can only be made through fine processing. Usually a good seal mud has a clear and calm color, three-dimensional sense, no oil seepage, and the characters printed by the printing mud used for seal engraving are very striking and clear.
As for the difference between printing paste and printing paste, we have made a detailed introduction above. In fact, when we work, we have no special requirements for using printing paste or printing paste, as long as the printed text and image are clear.