Rotary Printing + Cutting Machine

Offering Rotary Screen Printing or Roller Printing
For a Lasting Impression Cut Precisely

INTEGRATED ROTARY SCREEN PRINTING + CUTTING Machine

Rotary Screen Printing is a stencil process where a cylindrical screen containing the image rotates in a fixed position. As the web moves between the screen and the impression roller, screen's motion forces the ink through the stencil openings onto the substrate through a squeegee.

By integrating rotary screen printing and rotary die cutting into a single machine, it brings new possibilities in process design and capabilities, as well as potentially large cost savings in materials by avoiding prepared printing.

Our rotary screen printing is more versatile than traditional printing techniques. The printing surface does not have to be printed under pressure and not necessarily planar Different inks can be used to work with a variety of materials. The printing can achieve many types of high color saturation, light-resistant prints with special effects of endless possibilities.

Rotary Screen Printing Unit

Printing Screen Cylinder

Benefits of UV Ink

  • Fine detailing with color saturation
  • Thin print film and low ink usage
  • Fast printing speed
  • Scratch-resistant print finish
  • No toxic fumes
  • Eco-Friendly

Corona Treater

LED UV Cure

Specifications
Printing Width 5-220mm
Cylinder Repeat 305mm (96T) - 610mm (192T)
Printing Speed Up to 150m/min
Screen Mesh Count 75-400
Ink Film Thickness 6-280um

integrated Rotary flexographic PRINTING + DIE CUTTING

Flexographic is a form of roller printing process which utilizes a flexible relief plate. It is essentially a modern version of letterpress, evolved with high speed rotary functionality, which can be used for printing on almost any type of substrate, including plastic, metallic films, cellophane, and paper.

By integrating flexographic printing and rotary die cutting into a single machine, it brings new possibilities in process design and capabilities, as well as potentially large cost savings in materials by avoiding prepared printing.

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