A duplex unwinder is used, with each duple unwinder equipped with an independent motor to allow roll changing to be
completed without having to halt equipment, and thus, improving work efficiency.
An optional automatic controller can be used to achieve 0 tension force, ensuring the printing quality.
Hot water is used to conduct heat to the ironing cylinder, which flattens raw materials from the unwinder.
A swing rod is used to automatically adjust tension and avoid deformation when flattening.
The cooling part is used after the ironing procedure to ensure materials are harder to deform when printing.
The printing component is the most important part in a gravure press. To solve problems related to alignment, impression force, and ink uniformity that impacts printing quality, we offer the following solutions:
The gravure press uses hot air to dry the ink and avoid ink shedding. The hot air heating method can be switched to a thermal oil heating, electric heating, or air compressor heating according to customer needs.
A duplex rewinder design is used with each one equipped with an independent motor, allowing consecutive rewinding to be
achieved for an improved work efficiency.
A swing arm is used to automatically adjust tension to ensure a smooth and flattened roll.