What are the characteristics of the printing steps of UV flatbed printers, let’s take a look down.
First, what are the benefits?
1. The printing steps are simple; no plate making and printing are required, repeat the color-matching steps
2. It can be compatible with different industries, and the materials are not restricted. UV flatbed printers can not only print on hard stone, metal, glass background walls, iron sheets, and other materials but also on soft leather and other materials. It meets the diversified needs of the market and can better provide users with more comprehensive production services.
Second, it is very suitable for printing modes that require a color transition.
Many products need to print high-precision and complex patterns, such as trademarks and logos. The gift and handicraft industry is more widely used.
Third, the printing position is accurate, which avoids the problem of position deviation during manual printing.
The UV flatbed printer is connected to a high-tech computer, combined with automatic control technology, can very accurately align the area and position to be printed, avoiding the problem of position deviation encountered during manual printing.
Fourth, UV flatbed printers use UV-curable inks that dry instantly in contact with the printed material.
This allows for faster production times and reduces the risk of smudging or smearing.
Fifth, the printing quality is high-resolution and vibrant.
UV flatbed printers can print at high resolutions up to 1440 dpi, resulting in sharp and clear images with vibrant colors.
Sixth, UV flatbed printers are environmentally friendly.
The UV-curable inks used in these printers do not emit harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air, making them more eco-friendly compared to traditional solvent-based inks.
Seventh, UV flatbed printers are cost-effective.
Since there is no need for plates and repeated color-matching steps, these printers can save time and reduce costs.
Overall, UV flatbed printers offer many benefits and advantages over traditional printing methods, making them a popular choice for various industries.