Edge gilding roll, electrically heated
Width: 50 mmPower supply: 110 V / 50 - 60 Hz (A.C.)
In stock, delivery time 1-3 days
- to be controlled by external thermostat
Application: to apply a shiny gold or silver layer to book block edges by means of special edge-gilding foil. This foil is equipped with a thermo-reactive shiny layer. When applying the foil with the edge-gilding roll, it is detached from the carrier by heat and pressure and is transferred to the book edge.
- Thermostat, item no. 6707-010 for 230 V (respectively 6707-020 for 110 V)
- Edge-gilding primer, item no. 3845-001 (when digital gloss paper is used)
- Edge-gilding foil, item nos. 3847XXXX and 38482XXX
|Width (in mm):||50|
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Can one extend the range of the Gilding Tool using an extension cord?
Is the Gilding Tool to be plugged into the Thermostat socket for continuous use?
It is normal that the roller takes 1 hour to heat up to a temperature of 160º, and thus to be able to work optimally? I consider this to be a long time.
It is also possible to set the thermostat to maximum for heating. However, there is a risk that the core of the roll gets too hot (it should never be heated above 200 °C, otherwise the rubber will start to break down), so we do not recommend this procedure. If you do this, the temperature must be constantly monitored to avoid overheating.
Does the thermostat have to be switched off when the roller has reached the target temperature?
What kind of sand paper should I use?
You can use sandpaper with a grain size of 200/600/1200/2000. For more helpful tips, feel free to check out our tutorial: https://schmedt.com/guides-tutorials/edge-gilding-with-edge-gilding-roll
Can I also use real gold foil on my books?
When do I need to use the edge gilding primer?
As a side note: Primer for hand gilding (pure real gold, not a heat-sensitive foil) is not suitable for use with heat-sensitive (hot-stamping) foil, because the foil has heat-sensitive adhesive included, which is not compatible with that kind of primer.
How much pressure do I need to apply with the roller?
In the past, our foil that we sold required quite a lot of force to apply. Since December 2021, our edge gilding foil is much easier to apply.
If you are not using our old foil (or other foil such as hot stamping foil), a high amount of pressure may be required to make the foil stick. Therefore, you might have to place the edge gilding roll in your shoulder and really apply high pressure. Try to roll over repeatedly from different angles (e.g. flat, slight left angle, slight right angle). Once you think you are and feel like the book has been covered, carefully lift the foil and if you see it has not applied everywhere put it down and fix it to the same position to go over the parts that did not hold with the gilding roll again (if you were to use new foil, this would result in two layers of foil in some parts, which are visible in the end).
What is the ideal temperature?
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