What is UV Roll Printer

2022-07-26

What is UV Roll Printer

 

UV Roll Printer, otherwise know as Ultra Violet Printing is a printing technique that uses special UV curing ink that allows the ink to be printed onto a large range of materials or 'substrates'.

 

UV Roll Printer

 

What is a roll to roll UV printer?

 

UV ROLL TO ROLL PRINTER "VULCAN" is the widest range of substrates, including heavy, rigid materials. ROLL to ROLL UV Printer capable of printing on any rigid surface. VULCAN is designed with a comparatively very small footprint and needs less installation & operation area.

 

What is a UV printer used for?

 

Using UV printing technology, it's possible to print unique designs, images, text and even textures directly onto a vast range of materials or products. For example, VersaUV printers are widely used for product personalisation and for offering your customers something totally different from the average printed product.

 

Is UV printing the same as digital printing?

 

UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultra-violet lights to dry or cure ink as it is printed. As the printer distributes ink on the surface of a material (called a "substrate"), specially designed UV lights follow close behind, curing - or drying - the ink instantly.

 

What is the meaning of UV printing?

 

Ultraviolet (UV) printing uses a different type of ink than conventional print methods. Instead of liquid ink, UV printing uses a dual-state substance which stays in liquid form until it's exposed to UV light.

 

Can UV printer print on paper?

 

Typically, UV printers can print on paper packages, but they can also be used for other applications like electrical UV ink curing, keyboard and phone key printing, and plastic PC printing.

 

What can I print with a UV printer?

 

Roland UV printers can print onto paper, PVC, plastic, acrylic, metal, wood, canvas, board, leather, textile, slate, driftwood, bamboo and more. Plus, by using a primer, you can print on an even broader range of materials including glass and finely glazed ceramics.