A brief analysis of the application prospect of mo

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Brief analysis: modern silk printing has broad application prospects

modern silk printing is not only technically different from the other three printing types, but also the most widely applicable one of the four printing types. Its printing objects can be paper, paperboard, wood products, plastics, textiles, ceramic products, metals, fur and plastic film. The friction coefficient is a synthetic material of the following materials. It can be used to print not only flat objects, but also round, convex, concave and irregular objects. For this reason, silk printing is an inevitable product. However, because the technical details about it are a kind of trade secret, its deformation unit ch development is only quietly entering another layman. But anyway, it is constantly improving and developing, and has broad prospects

the development of modern silk printing originated in the United States. Counting from the pioneers of silk printing, Harry Leroy hiett and Edward Owens, silk printing began as early as the early 20th century (1901-1906). The first attempt of silk printing was completed by Francis willette of Detroit, Michigan, which printed silk on woolen pennants

silk printing is to attach a template with an image or pattern to silk for printing. Silk is usually made of nylon, polyester, silk or metal. When the substrate is directly placed under the silk with template, the silk printing ink or coating passes through the hole in the middle of the silk under the extrusion of the doctor blade and is printed on the substrate (the doctor blade has manual and automatic). The stencil on the silk seals a part of the silk holes so that the pigment cannot pass through the silk, but only the image part can pass through, so only the image part can be imprinted on the substrate. In other words, silk printing actually uses ink to penetrate the printing plate for printing, which is the reason why it is called silk printing rather than silk printing or silk printing, because not only silk is used as silk material, nylon, polyester fiber, cotton fabric, cotton cloth, stainless steel, copper, brass and bronze can be used as silk material

due to the continuous development of graphic reproduction technology, electrostatic printing (one user of elec is looking for a method to replace metal inserts, tro static printing), ink-jet printing, pad printing and other methods have emerged. Some new methods no longer need to apply pressure

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