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What is this printing technique?

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by Dukenukem117, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. Dukenukem117

    Dukenukem117 Member

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    It looks like a roll to roll method that can print on mesh material in bulk, but I can't seem to find the technology or equipment for it.

     
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  2. Tizz

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    Looks something similar to Flexographic printing
     
  3. DerbyCitySignGuy

    DerbyCitySignGuy Very Active Member

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    There doesn't seem to be any point in which they actually show the printing process (unless I missed it). When they mention logo printing (1:19ish) it looks like it could potentially be heating/drying? Maybe some form of dye-sumblimation?
     
  4. SheBeau

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  5. 10sacer

    10sacer Active Member

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    It's flexo printing
     
  6. Dukenukem117

    Dukenukem117 Member

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    Omg, you are amazing. I don't know how the hell you found that. I've been researching Flexographic printing all day and could not find any examples of it being used on mesh.

    Now I just need to find a custom printer who will run my material.
     
  7. 10sacer

    10sacer Active Member

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    I would just contact one of the manufacturers of the printers and see if they can give yo a list of potential users who may be willing to do your work. Kinda going to depend on the volume that you need.
     
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