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What is the difference between flat screen printing and rotary screen printing? Aug 02, 2017

Although flat screen printing output is low, flat screen printing has manual platen and semi-automatic flat plate, automatic flat three. But the process is convenient, take back length, color, can be printed with fine patterns, and color transfer printing paste, volume, and a three-dimensional, suitable for printing of silk, cotton, chemical fiber woven fabrics and knitted fabrics, high-grade fabric is more suitable for many varieties of small batch printing. That is to say the flower back size of flat screen printing is in accordance with the actual size to determine theoretically the current stamp size (reasonable) can be achieved in the flat net, such as photo printing, printing, and screen printing can not;

Rotary screen printing is the use of scraper or bar to make a round net paste printed to a printing fabric in pressure driven. There are several important aspects of rotary screen printing, which are different from other screen printing methods. Circular screen printing and roller printing, first of all need to understand the concept of rotary screen printing. Department of continuous process, printing fabric by wide rubber band is transported to the continuous movement of the rotary cylinder. Screen printing, rotary screen printing production speed is faster than 3500 yards per hour. Use seamless, perforated metal mesh or plastic mesh. The maximum circle circumference is greater than 40 inches, so the maximum flower return size is greater than 40 inches. More than 20 chromatic round screen printing machines have been produced, and this printing method is slowly replacing roller printing. In other words, the main advantage of rotary screen printing is speed, the drawback is to spend only within the circumference of the net;

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