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Roll To Roll Flexographic Printing Machine

Stack-type Flexo is a high-speed Flexo printing machine that comes in two colors & four colors. The frame is made of cast iron for minimum vibrations and fine printing. It has the ability to print on various substrates* such as PAPER BAG, PAPER CUPS, DUPLEX BOARD, TRAY PAPER, Non-woven, P.P, P.E, PVC printing, and many more.

Highlights of Machine

Advantages

  • Easy color station accessibility, which facilitates changeover wash up and is easy to operate.
  • Machine suitable for printing of craft paper, paper glasses, P.P., P.E., and polystyrene, nonwoven, etc. materials (Depending upon the requirement of the customer).
  • Heavy-duty cast-iron frame with precision CNC machining ensures perfect printing and consumption.
  • A separate motor is provided at the ink station so that, when the machine is in stop condition ink does not dry.

Main Machine Parameter

Parameters 2- COLOUR Flexo Graphic Machine-FLX21250 4- COLOUR Flexo Graphic printing Machine-FLX41250
Max. Print Width
1250
1250
Max. Print Width
1200
1200
Ink Type
Water, Solvent
Water, Solvent
Plate Thickness
Metal , Hard Chrome
Metal , Hard Chrome
Ink Duct
Open Tray Type
Open Tray Type
Roll Lifting
Hydraulic
Hydraulic
Drying System
Hot Air Dryer
Hot Air Dryer
Web Guide
Automatic , Close Loop
Automatic , Close Loop
Electronic Web Guide
Electronic Web Guide
Braking System
Automatic Pneumatic Brakes
Automatic Pneumatic Brakes
Plate Thicknes
1.7 mm
1.7 mm
Weight
6000 Kgs
6000 Kgs
Ink Pumping
Air Pump
Air Pump
Transmission
Precision Timer Belt
Precision Timer Belt

Options

Why choose Roll To Roll Flexographic Printing Machine?

Roll to Roll printing machine is designed to handle continuous rolls of flexible materials, allowing for high-volume and high-speed printing processes. The “roll-to-roll” concept implies that the material is unwound from a roll, passes through the printing process, and then is rewound onto another roll. Roll to Roll Printing process is efficient for large-scale production of printed materials. This type of printing is commonly used in various industries, including the production of flexible electronics, labels, packaging materials, textiles, and more.

How a Roll to Roll printing machine works:

  1. The printing process begins with a roll of flexible substrate material.
  2. The material roll is unwound, and this is fed into the printing machine in a continuous manner.
  3. Roll-to-Roll printing machines typically have multiple printing stations. Each station may be equipped with a different printing technology, such as flexography, gravure, screen printing, offset printing, or digital printing. These stations can apply different colors, patterns, or functional materials onto the substrate.
  4. After each printing station, there is usually a drying or curing process to set the ink or coating on the substrate. This ensures that the different layers of ink or material do not mix during the printing process.
  5. Some machines may have inspection systems to detect and correct defects in the printed material. This ensures the quality and consistency of the final product.
  6. After the printing process is complete, the printed material is rewound into a finished roll. This roll can then be further processed, cut into sheets, or used for various applications depending on the specific requirements.

Roll-to-Roll printing machines offer several advantages, including high efficiency, cost-effectiveness in large-scale production, and the ability to handle flexible materials. They are widely used in industries where continuous, high-speed printing on flexible materials is essential. Features and capabilities of Roll-to-Roll printing machines can vary based on the technology used, the intended application, and the requirements of the production process. Different industries may use different types of Roll to Roll machines to meet their specific needs.

Roll-to-Roll printing machine is widely used in the production of flexible packaging, labels, decorative films, wallpapers, textiles, and other continuous materials. Some printing machines allow for mass customization, as each piece in the roll can be different. Roll to Roll machine may also include coating or laminating units for adding additional functionalities to the printed material.

Common Questions

Most Popular Questions

This Section Is Here To Help You Find The Answers For The Most Common Questions About Our Products.

A roll-to-roll flexographic printing machine is a type of printing equipment that uses flexible printing plates and rolls of substrate to print large quantities of high-quality labels, packaging materials, and other products.

A roll-to-roll flexographic printing machine works by feeding a roll of substrate, such as paper, film, or foil, through the printing press. The ink is applied to the flexible printing plate, which is then pressed onto the substrate. The printing plate is mounted on a cylinder, which rotates as the substrate is fed through the press.

The advantages of using a roll-to-roll flexographic printing machine include high-speed printing, cost-effectiveness for large runs, the ability to print on a variety of substrates, and the capability to print high-quality, multi-color designs.

Roll-to-roll flexographic printing machines can be used to print a wide range of products, including labels, flexible packaging, shrink sleeves, pouches, paper cups, paper bags and other materials.

The maximum printing width of a roll-to-roll flexographic printing machine can vary depending on the specific model, but our machines can print up to 50 inches.

Key features to look for when selecting a roll-to-roll flexographic printing machine include printing speed, color registration accuracy, substrate compatibility, printing width, and ease of use.

Regular maintenance is crucial to keep a roll-to-roll flexographic printing machine in optimal condition. This includes cleaning the machine, inspecting and replacing worn parts, lubricating moving parts, and performing routine adjustments and calibrations. It is also important to follow the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule and procedures.

While roll-to-roll flexographic printing machines are typically used for high-volume runs, many machines can also be used for shorter print runs. Some models even offer quick changeover features that allow for faster job setup and changeover times.

Yes, many manufacturers of roll-to-roll flexographic printing machines offer customization options to fit specific printing needs. This can include features such as additional printing stations, specialized drying systems, and unique ink formulations. Customization can help improve the efficiency and quality of the printing process and ensure that the machine meets the specific requirements of the user.

Choosing the right ink for your roll-to-roll flexographic printing machine depends on the specific application and

 substrate being printed. It is important to consider factors such as substrate compatibility, ink adhesion, and color matching when selecting ink for your machine. Consulting with an ink supplier or the machine manufacturer can help ensure that you select the appropriate ink for your needs.

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