Printing

Screen Printing Equipment Suits for Your Textile Printing Needs

The screen printing equipment manufactures a variety of automatic screen printing presses and machines. Extensive experience in the manufacturing industry makes all the equipment you need, including manual presses, automatic screen printing presses, dryers, flash cures, exposure units and more for your textile printing needs.

In screen printing equipment on wafer-based solar photovoltaic (PV) cells, the mesh and buses of silver are printed on the front; furthermore, the buses of silver are printed on the back. Subsequently, aluminum paste is dispensed over the whole surface of the back for passivation and surface reflection. One of the parameters that can vary and can be controlled in screen printing is the thickness of the print. This makes it useful for some of the techniques of printing solar cells, electronics etc.

Bottle Printers

All the materials used in the bottle printers are acrylates of some sort and so they all dissolve (or don’t) in the same things. It’s not like the other printers where all kinds of different things can be melted and extruded, the resins in these printers need to be UV curable and the good UV catalysts only work with a specific class of plastic resins.

Digital color label press delivers short-run, full-color digital label printing at a breakthrough price. For these bottle printers, the approximate power consumption of this machine is 3 KW 220 V, 60HZ, 3 Phases without the use of UV dryer. The output speed of the machine is somewhere in the range of 3000 to 5400 cycles/hour. Except the bottle printers, we also supply other printer equipments to satisfy your needs.

 


Bottle Printing Technology

The bottle printing is not the same technology as rapid prototypers of the 80′s (stereolithography). Those used a laser to cure a vat of resin and could not work with multiple materials. The bottle printers print out layers of resin like an inkjet printer, then cure them with a UV lamp before printing the next layer, which is why they can print with multiple materials in the same part. You can print your own products labels print graphics, photos and bar codes on labels with label printers. Printed labels are water and scratch-resistant!

Substrates can include matte, semi-gloss and high-gloss materials in paper and polyester. Manufacturers and private labelers use the bottle printers to print coffee labels, wine labels, cosmetic labels, gourmet and specialty food labels, personalized labels, water bottle labels, baby food labels and more. Label applicators, dispensers and rewinders are also available for a complete label solution. 


Label Printers Offer Effective Solutions for Label Printing

If you need to print labels while on-the-go, our handheld labeling systems should be perfect for your needs. Not only convenient, but stylish too, our handheld series comes with tape included to get you started.

Label printing machine is a quick and easy way to print durable labels for many items that are waiting for a name. From archive folders to CD cases, labels can prove incredibly useful for identifying what's what.

We have an exciting range of label printers from small handheld devices to larger label printing machines, so why not take a closer look? No matter what your industry requires, our family of label printers offers a solution for flexible, cost-effective high-speed label printing.


New Technology for Fruit Packaging: Laser-cut Logo

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There are many applications in laser cutting provided by the laser machine factory; nowadays, it is raising a new technology in laser-cut label applying on the fruits. This is the great way to reduce pollutions produced by packaging and can be clearer to see label or the logo on the fruits.

Compared to the traditional laser machine factory, the manufacturer is able to print logos onto the appearance of fruits either apples or bananas without damaging the fruit itself. The brand new technology can be read by a barcode scanner, too.

However, the original technology is not used by lasers; it was the use of two chemicals, iron oxides and hydroxides, which make lasers clearer.

The Use of Holographic Film

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Holographic film is a technique which enables three-dimensional images to be made. It involves the use of a laser, interference, diffraction, light intensity recording and suitable illumination of the recording. The image changes as the position and orientation of the viewing system changes in exactly the same way as if the object were still present, thus making the image appear three-dimensional.

The holographic recording itself is not an image; it consists of an apparently random structure of either varying intensity, density or profile.

Holography is a technique that enables a light field, which is generally the product of a light source scattered off objects, to be recorded and later reconstructed when the original light field is no longer present, due to the absence of the original objects. Holography can be thought of as somewhat similar to sound recording, whereby a sound field created by vibrating matter like musical instruments or vocal cords, is encoded in such a way that it can be reproduced later, without the presence of the original vibrating matter.

Metallized Films

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Metallized films (or metallised films) are polymer films coated with a thin layer of metal, usually aluminium. They offer the glossy metallic appearance of an aluminium foil at a reduced weight and cost. Metallised films are widely used for decorative purposes and food packaging, and also for speciality applications including insulation and electronics.

Metallised films were first used for decorative purposes as Christmas tinsel, and continue to be used for items such as wrappers and ribbons. The metallic helium filled novelty balloons given as gifts are made of metallised BoPET and often called Mylar balloons commercially.

Metallised films are used as a susceptor for cooking in microwave ovens. An example is a microwave popcorn bag. Many food items are also packaged using metallised films for appearance only, as these produce a package with greater sparkle when compared to competing products that use printed paper or polymer films.