Полностью автоматическая машина трафаретной печати для «этикетирования» небольших серий стеклянных бутылок. Трафаретная печать является широко используемым процессом в премиум-сегменте, который особенно подчеркивает непрозрачность, четкость и яркость печатных изображений. Машина имеет две системы печати в зависимости от материала бутылки: УФ-краски или керамические краски с процессом трафаретной печати.
Screen Printing Machine KAMMANN S 1600 for Glass Bottles
This screen printing machine is designed for glass bottles, and it prints an image, a “label” on the bottle. The short set up times are ideal for small production runs, special labels for specific events, occasions etc. The machine is in a warm warehouse, ready for immediate purchase and can be tested for serious customers.
Screen printing is a commonly used process in the premium segment, which especially emphasizes opacity, sharpness and brilliance of the print images. This process uses a rubber squeegee to transfer the printing ink through a screen mesh onto the article surface. Those areas of the screen mesh, which should not transfer ink, are being blogged with a stencil.
The machine can use, depending on the material of the article, either UV inks or ceramic inks with the screen printing process.
Printing with ceramic inks requires the use of screen mesh, which are being heated with special screen heaters. Afterwards, the printed ink is being fired at high temperature into the article surface.
On the other hand, UV inks are being cured immediately after the printing process, using an ultra violet light source. To do this, special UV aggregates are being used, which cure and harden the ink immediately after the printing process and also ensure the over printability. High temperature firing of UV inks is not necessary.
The system is closed and features a cooling system with filtered air and a tool less insert system. To achieve the best possible ink adhesion, various pre-treatment processes can be used, which help to decontaminate the article surface and to prepare it for optimized adhesion.