UV Printing & UV DTF Printing
What is UV printing?
The UV printing process, also known as UV printing, refers to special inks that are formulated to dry rapidly when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. When paper (or other substrate) passes through the press and receives wet ink, it is immediately exposed to ultraviolet light. As the UV will immediately dry the ink, so there is no chance of ink leakage or diffusion. As a result, the print details of the image and text are clearer. The whole printing process is called UV printing.
UV and traditional printing are two totally different printing processes. What the UV printing is to print on the texture, same as the normal printing.
UV GOLF PRINTING
LCD Display Control Panel
Our straight-forward control panel gives access to: Perform head cleanings and nozzle checks.
Manual and automatic flatbed height adjustment.
(no need to control via computer)
600mm x unlimited printable area, fully automatic metal conveying belt. Print Golf Ball up to 900pcs per hour
Dual UV LED Lamps
Custom made in Korea, dual high power air cooling type UV lamp, high efficiency, durable and low maintenance.
Our engineers have designed the printers to save on ink consumption with the RICOH print heads. Each printer can hold a total of eight color channels. The standard CMYK inks are assigned to four channels, leaving the last two customizable with white ink and varnish.
UV & UV DTF PRINTING
The UV DTF printing is to print the patterns on the PET film. By adding the glue, the transfer film and PET film are adhere together. When finish the printing, you will get the patterns in the two films. Then, you peel out the transfer film and press the PET film with your fingers for seconds. Finally, you carefully peel out the other PET film left on the pattern. You will surprised to find that the patterns had been transferred into the objects with smooth surface successfully. Solvent ink is widely used in traditional printing. This is not the environmental friendly option – because they will Evaporate into the air and release volatile organic compounds. Traditional printing usually need extra spray powder to help the patterns dry, because they are absorbed into the paper, the color will fade and less bright. Depending on the properties and weight of the paper, drying can increase each work by several days. Traditional ink must be absorbed by the substrate printed on them, so you’d better not use them on materials such as plastic, foil or acrylic.
UV DTF PRINTING
·Three-dimensional printing through repeated printing
Up to 0.15mm lamination per print
Printing in response to masking film such as centering and corrosion
Three-dimensional printing such as braille, tactile map, bird's eye view, etc.
Printing material up to 5mm in height deviation
Quickly print on various curved surfaces such as golf balls, baseballs,
tumblers, bottles, etc.
·Glossy effect printing
Realization of perfect gloss effect using special UV lamp
Gloss effect can be adjusted with UV lamp light quantity control function
Ability to add texture with clear ink only added to certain areas of the print