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50 th Anniversary of Lotus Press

Heat Press manufacturer 'Lotus Press' celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2022 - we think this is a nice occasion for a little journey back in time to the beginnings of Lotus: back when there were still telephones with dials and something new was invented every day. >> Read more by clicking on photo or headline.

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Sustainability of Lotus Heat Presses

We believe that the best way to avoid unnecessary industrial waste is to prevent it from happening in the first place. That's why, for 50 years now, we've been offering a conscious and value-driven product strategy. >> Learn more by clicking on the image or headline.


How to choose the right Heat Press?

The fact that high-quality textile printing results can be achieved very favourably with the heat transfer printing process has led to this finishing process becoming very well established. Heat presses are the most important tool for transferring logos, graphics, images and lettering onto textiles. But not only that. In addition to textiles, heat presses can of course also be used to print photos on solid media such as key rings, glass coasters or aluminium dibond panels and much more. >> Learn more now and click on picture or heading!


Textile-integrated Electronic Systems

The Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM in Berlin is one of the world's leading institutes when it comes to the development of textile-integrated electronic systems. Carla Janson and Bernhard Hermanns from Lotus recently visited Mr. Dils at Fraunhofer IZM to find out which innovative and future-oriented projects Fraunhofer IZM is currently working on. A Lotus press (LTS 575) is also used there for the lamination of electronic components. Find out more now about textile-integrated electronic systems. >> Find out more now and click on the photo or headline!