A screen printing machine is a machine for printing text and images. Modern printing presses are generally composed of plate loading, inking, embossing, paper feeding (including folding), and other mechanisms. Its working principle is: first the text and images to be printed are made into a printing plate, Installed on a printing machine, and then manually or by a printing machine, the ink is applied to the place where there are text and images on the printing plate, and then directly or indirectly transferred to paper or other substrates
(Such as textiles, metal plates, plastics, leather, wood, glass, and ceramics), so as to reproduce the same printed matter as the printing plate. The invention and development of the printing press play an important role in the spread of human civilization and culture. Classification screen printing machine According to the form of the printing plate, it is divided into letterpress, lithographic, gravure, and stencil printing machines; the installation plate and imprint structure are divided into flat screen printing machine, circular flat and circular printing machines.
The classification of the screen printing machine is divided by the type of printing plate
1. Letterpress printing machine: A machine that uses letterpress to complete the printing process. Such as business card machine (resin plate), type printing, zinc letterpress, set of numbers, etc.
2, flat screen printing machine: A machine that uses lithography to complete the printing process. Such as multi-color machine, four-color machine, two-color machine, single-color machine, fast printing machine, etc.
3. Gravure printing machine: A machine that uses gravure to complete the printing process. Such as glass bag printing of instant noodles, aluminum foil bag packaging of biscuits, etc.
4. Screen printing machine: A machine that uses a screen to complete the printing process.