UV curing ink
Gel-cured inks can be used for sheet metal, smooth-surfaced plastics, and cardboard printing, for a wide range of media. This gel-cured ink is similar in viscosity to peanut butter and is heated to become a viscous liquid like a motor oil. In the heated state, the liquid ink is extruded from the printing head by inkjet, transferred to the surface of the substrate such as metal foil, plastic, etc., and after cooling, the peanut butter-like viscosity is restored again, and the ink is cured by UV light curing equipment. dry.