What is UV printing?

UV printing is a printing process that uses UV light to dry and solidify ink, requiring the combination of ink containing photosensitizers and UV curing lamps. The application of UV printing is one of the most important aspects of the printing industry.

UV ink has covered various fields such as offset printing, screen printing, inkjet printing, and transfer printing. In the traditional printing industry, UV refers to the printing effect process, which involves wrapping a layer of glossy oil (including bright, matte, inlaid crystals, golden onion powder, etc.) on a pattern you want to print. The main purpose is to increase the brightness and artistic effect of the product, protect the surface of the product, have high hardness, corrosion and friction resistance, and are not prone to scratches. Some laminating products are now changed to UV coating, which can meet environmental requirements. However, UV products are not easy to adhere to, and some can only be solved through local UV or polishing.

The growth of UV printing is driven by its value-added printing properties, which can highlight multiple advantages in the fields of publishing printing, commercial printing, packaging printing, and label market applications.

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