Pad printing machineries has successfully printed on a wide variety of parts that come in many different shapes and sizes.
Pad Printing Technology prides itself on the success it has had with medical, pharmaceutical, electronics, and OEM parts. When you are designing a new product, we advise that you consult with a Pad Printing Technology engineer who can guide you in the selection of material and the surface texture to assure successful printing before building the mold.
Where Pad Printing Machines use?
Kraton, Plastics, Metal, Wood, Glass Composites, Paper, Rubber, Nylon, Leather, Foam etc.
How Pad Printing Machine work?
1.From the home position, the sealed ink cup (an inverted cup containing ink) sits over the etched artwork area of the printing plate, covering the image and filling it with ink.
2.The sealed ink cup moves away from the etched artwork area, taking all excess ink and exposing the etched image, which is filled with ink. The top layer of ink becomes tacky as soon as it is exposed to the air; that is how the ink adheres to the transfer pad and later to the substrate.
3.The transfer pad presses down onto the printing plate momentarily. As the pad is compressed, it pushes air outward and causes the ink to lift (transfer) from the etched artwork area onto the pad.
4.As the transfer pad lifts away, the tacky ink film inside the etched artwork area is picked up on the pad. A small amount of ink remains in the printing plate.
5.As the transfer pad moves forward, the ink cup also moves to cover the etched artwork area on the printing plate. The ink cup again fills the etched artwork image on the plate with ink in preparation for the next cycle.
6.The transfer pad compresses down onto the substrate, transferring the ink layer picked up from the printing plate to the substrate surface. Then, it lifts off the substrate and returns to the home position, thus completing one print cycle.
What is Difference between Old Technology and New Technology?
There are some basic difference between Old Technology and New Technology.
1.Size Of machine Old style machine were bigger in size and new machine is are compact in size.
2.Open ink try and Close cup system Open in k try is old technology where as close cup system is new technology, user can save ink as well as cleaning problem not encounter.
3.Pneumatic and Manual machine Pneumatic machine is advance machine which give more production. Manual machine are cheap machine and give comparatively low production.
Is there any Newest Model In Market ??
YES, amvtrade.com provides you option. Electrical Pad Printing Machine is one of the most new technology machine.
2.Close Cup Ink System
3.Motor Base machine so need not have to waste money for pneumatic system.