Paper Cup Screen Printing Machine

Paper Cup Screen Printing Machine

Paper Cup Screen Printing Machine


Max printing diameter:¢120mm Printing color: 1 color or color processingCup fixture: 12 stationsPrinting speed: about 1500pcs/hrMachine size: L100*W100*H180cm+L120*W60*H80cmPower: AC220V/1500WN.W: 350KGSProcessing:automatic feeding-printing-ink curing-unloading

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  • printing ink
  • screen plate
  • screen mesh
  • squeegee(with handle)
cup screen printing

About screen printing

1.What is screen printing?

Screen printing also named silk screen printing,it refers to using a silk screen as the base of the plate, and using a photosensitive plate making method to use the screen printing plate to make the graphic part of the screen permeable to ink, and the non-graphic part of the screen to be impermeable to ink. Print according to the principle to make a screen printing plate with graphics and text.

2.How is silk screen printing done?

When printing, pour ink onto one end of the screen printing plate, use a squeegee to apply a certain amount of pressure on the ink part of the screen printing plate, and at the same time move it toward the other end of the screen printing plate.

The ink is squeezed by the scraper from the mesh of the graphic part onto the substrate during movement.

Due to the viscosity of the ink, the imprint is fixed within a certain range. During the printing process, the scraper is always in line contact with the screen printing plate and the substrate. The contact line moves with the movement of the scraper.

Since the screen printing plate and substrate A certain gap is maintained between them, so that the screen printing plate during printing generates a reaction force on the scraper through its own tension. This reaction force is called rebound force.

Due to the effect of resilience, the screen printing plate and the substrate are only in moving line contact, while other parts of the screen printing plate are separated from the substrate. It causes the ink and screen to break apart, ensuring the printing dimensional accuracy and avoiding smearing of the substrate. When the scraper scrapes across the entire page and then lifts up, the screen printing plate also lifts up and gently scrapes the ink back to its original position. This is a printing stroke.

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