Screen printing and uv printing are common in the printing industry. These two methods are emerging in the glass printing industry. UV printing All of us know that it can be called inkjet printing. The first is to draw the picture on the computer side, and then print the desired pattern through the print head. The printing principle is similar to that of the ordinary inkjet printer. So in the glass industry, which one is better and which is more suitable? What is the difference between the two? This is also a concern of many consumers.
Comparison of screen printing and UV printing process characteristics in glass printing
1. The effect of screen printing glass on gradient color is not as good as that of printing. UV printing can print patterns with bright colors and beautiful pictures. Gradient colors can be printed in one time.
2, the type of screen printing is relatively small, because silk screen glass can only screen one color at a time, if you need silk screen multiple colors, you need to print multiple screens of different colors, and UV printing can be one-off Print out, no need to make another screen, just need to draw a computer map.
3. Finally, the adhesion of the printed color is mentioned. When the silk screen printing ink is applied to the screen surface, the curing agent is added to the surface of the glass to make the ink better adsorbed on the surface of the glass. If the screen is not used, the UV printing will not be lost. The surface of the glass is sprayed with a coating similar to a curing agent, but it will fall off easily. Especially as time goes by, the printed pattern will fall off layer by layer. This is undoubtedly the Achilles heel of UV printing. A better solution.
The above is the two printing methods mentioned in the glass printing industry. The difference between screen printing net and uv printing. Screen printing networks are also recommended for various aspects of screen printing inks. Universal printing will save time and effort in many aspects.