Cargo customers may often hear this type of message, “Do not recommend large-area printing” or “Can’t do large-area printing”. Why?
First, large-area printing will increase production costs. First, the amount of printing plate and ink will increase, which directly increases production costs. Second, the scrap rate will increase, indirectly increasing costs.
Second, the requirements for paperboard are relatively high, and the raw material level of the paperboard factory is different, which causes the cardboard to pass through, harden and soften, which will affect the printing of the cardboard.
So can you choose a better cardboard?
I understand this, the cardboard is affected by the weather and humidity, the amount of glue is more or less, there will be unevenness of the cardboard, and the unevenness will appear slightly, and the cardboard factory will not be returned.
Third, the requirements for the printing press are strict. In this way, the printing machinery of a general carton factory is about 200,000. A printing machine capable of producing a large-area amount of printing with an effective effect requires about 8 million.
So if there is no way to print on a large area?
The answer is that there is a way to choose a carton factory with a cardboard line, which can directly interfere with the production of cardboard. Of course, such a unit has a binding requirement.
So if the amount is not that big?
That can only choose ink printing, because ink printing is to first print the pattern onto a piece of paper, and put the paper on the corrugated, thus avoiding the influence of corrugation on printing. Of course this will increase the price of the carton.
If the watermark is printed directly on the paper, can’t it be done on the tile?
In theory, the past is said, but it is still a problem of watermarking machinery. The general watermarking machine cannot be printed on paper, and the paper is too thin.