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Rotogravure Printing Machines

Prominent & Leading Manufacturer from Ahmedabad, we offer multicolore rotogravure printing making machine, 3 color rotogravure printing making machine, multicolor rotogravure printing making machine, automatic rotogravure printing machine, 4 color rotogravure printing making machine and 4 color rotogravure printing line.

Multicolore Rotogravure Printing Making Machine

Multicolore Rotogravure Printing Making Machine
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  • Multicolore Rotogravure Printing Making Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 80.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Processed MaterialsLaminates
Max Speed100-150 m/min
Max Web Width500-700 mm
ApplicationsUV/EB Curing
Automatic GradeAutomatic
BrandOcean Rotoflex

This Rotogravure Printing Machine Is Suitable For Multi-Color Once-Through Continuous Printing For Roll Film Materials With Excellent Printing Performance Such As BOPP, PET, PVC, PE, Aluminum Foil And Paper, Etc. It Is Composed Of Unwinding Unit, In-Feed Drive Unit, Printing Units, Drying Units, Out-Feed Drive Unit, Rewinding Unit, Electrical Control Section And Control Gauges.

 

Feature of Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine:-

1 Equipped With Microprocessor And Can Correct The Deviation Of Color

Register Quickly And Accurately.

2. In 7" Touch Screen Man-Machine Interface, With Web Video.

3. External Un/Rewinding Section, Non-Stop Material Splicing.

4.Closed Oven And Independent Heating Hot Air Blowing System, Automatic

Constant Temperature System.

5.Pneumatic Impressing System And Pneumatic Doctor Blade System,

Diaphragm-Type Pneumatic Ink Auto Circulating System.

Rotogravure Printing Machine Technical Data:

BOPP¿¿¿15-60um PET¿¿¿12-60um PVC:30-60um

CPP¿¿¿25-60um PE¿¿¿40-100um Cello paper¿¿¿20-30um

paper¿¿¿30-80g Laminated film¿¿¿10-60um

2 Printing color quantity:8color

3 Machinery speed: 130m/min

4 Printing speed: 10-120m/min

5 Diameter of printing plate: ø100mm~ø320mm

6 Machine total power : about 110kw

7 Max printing width: 800mm

8,Max material width: 830mm

9 Max diameter of unwinding and rewinding: ø600mm

10 Pressure source: 0.8Mpa

11 Scope of tension: 3-25KG

12 Tension precision: ±0.3K

13 Machine Size: 13500X2800X 2600mm

15 Weight of machine: 14T

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3 Color Rotogravure Printing Making Machine

3 Color Rotogravure Printing Making Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 20.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Processed MaterialsAluminum Foil
Max Speed150-200 m/min
Max Web Width500-700 mm
ApplicationsReel to Reel Delivery
Automatic GradeAutomatic
BrandOcean Rotoflex

This Rotogravure Printing Machine Is Suitable For Multi-Color Once-Through Continuous Printing For Roll Film Materials With Excellent Printing Performance Such As BOPP, PET, PVC, PE, Aluminum Foil And Paper, Etc. It Is Composed Of Unwinding Unit, In-Feed Drive Unit, Printing Units, Drying Units, Out-Feed Drive Unit, Rewinding Unit, Electrical Control Section And Control Gauges.

 

Feature of Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine:-

1 Equipped With Microprocessor And Can Correct The Deviation Of Color

Register Quickly And Accurately.

2. In 7" Touch Screen Man-Machine Interface, With Web Video.

3. External Un/Rewinding Section, Non-Stop Material Splicing.

4.Closed Oven And Independent Heating Hot Air Blowing System, Automatic

Constant Temperature System.

5.Pneumatic Impressing System And Pneumatic Doctor Blade System,

Diaphragm-Type Pneumatic Ink Auto Circulating System.

Rotogravure Printing Machine Technical Data:

BOPP¿¿¿15-60um PET¿¿¿12-60um PVC:30-60um

CPP¿¿¿25-60um PE¿¿¿40-100um Cello paper¿¿¿20-30um

paper¿¿¿30-80g Laminated film¿¿¿10-60um

2 Printing color quantity:8color

3 Machinery speed: 130m/min

4 Printing speed: 10-120m/min

5 Diameter of printing plate: ø100mm~ø320mm

6 Machine total power : about 110kw

7 Max printing width: 800mm

8,Max material width: 830mm

9 Max diameter of unwinding and rewinding: ø600mm

10 Pressure source: 0.8Mpa

11 Scope of tension: 3-25KG

12 Tension precision: ±0.3K

13 Machine Size: 13500X2800X 2600mm

15 Weight of machine: 14T

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Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Making Machine

Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Making Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 75.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Processed MaterialsAluminum Foil
Max Speed150-200 m/min
Max Web Width700-900 mm
ApplicationsLamination
Automatic GradeAutomatic
BrandOcean Rotoflex

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Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine in Ahmedabad

 

This Rotogravure Printing Machine Is Suitable For Multi-Color Once-Through Continuous Printing For Roll Film Materials With Excellent Printing Performance Such As BOPP, PET, PVC, PE, Aluminum Foil And Paper, Etc. It Is Composed Of Unwinding Unit, In-Feed Drive Unit, Printing Units, Drying Units, Out-Feed Drive Unit, Rewinding Unit, Electrical Control Section And Control Gauges.

 

Feature of Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine:-

1 Equipped With Microprocessor And Can Correct The Deviation Of Color

Register Quickly And Accurately.

2. In 7" Touch Screen Man-Machine Interface, With Web Video.

3. External Un/Rewinding Section, Non-Stop Material Splicing.

4.Closed Oven And Independent Heating Hot Air Blowing System, Automatic

Constant Temperature System.

5.Pneumatic Impressing System And Pneumatic Doctor Blade System,

Diaphragm-Type Pneumatic Ink Auto Circulating System.

Rotogravure Printing Machine Technical Data:

BOPP¿¿¿15-60um PET¿¿¿12-60um PVC:30-60um

CPP¿¿¿25-60um PE¿¿¿40-100um Cello paper¿¿¿20-30um

paper¿¿¿30-80g Laminated film¿¿¿10-60um

2 Printing color quantity:8color

3 Machinery speed: 130m/min

4 Printing speed: 10-120m/min

5 Diameter of printing plate: ø100mm~ø320mm

6 Machine total power : about 110kw

7 Max printing width: 800mm

8,Max material width: 830mm

9 Max diameter of unwinding and rewinding: ø600mm

10 Pressure source: 0.8Mpa

11 Scope of tension: 3-25KG

12 Tension precision: ±0.3K

13 Machine Size: 13500X2800X 2600mm

15 Weight of machine: 14T

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Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine

Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 68.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Color PrintingColor Printing
Processed MaterialsLaminates
Model/TypeRotogravure Printing Machine
Printing Color1 to 10 Color
Automation GradeAutomatic
ApplicationsLamination
Printing Station1 to 10 Station
Size/Dimension42 X 8 X 7 ( L X W X H )
No. Of Color1 to 10 Color
Operating Speed150 - 250 ( mtr/min )
Power32.5 ( hp )
Printer TypeRotogravure Printing Machine
Printing Speed150 - 250 ( mtr/min )
Product TypeRotogravure Printing Machine
Voltage32.5 ( hp )
Weight4 - 5 ton
Working Width300 - 1550 ( mm )
I Deal InNew Only
BrandOcean Rotoflex
Warranty1 Year

Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine Manufacturer:-

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine Manufacturer

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine Manufacturer:-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine Manufacturer:-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

 

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4 Color Rotogravure Printing Making Machine

4 Color Rotogravure Printing Making Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 25.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

BrandOcean Rotoflex
Processed MaterialsPaper
Max Speed100-150 m/min
Max Web Width>900 mm
Automatic GradeAutomatic

4 Color Rotogravure Printing Making Machine
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Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine

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Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine Plant

Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine Line

Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine Unit

Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine Export

Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine in Ahmedabad

 

This Rotogravure Printing Machine Is Suitable For Multi-Color Once-Through Continuous Printing For Roll Film Materials With Excellent Printing Performance Such As BOPP, PET, PVC, PE, Aluminum Foil And Paper, Etc. It Is Composed Of Unwinding Unit, In-Feed Drive Unit, Printing Units, Drying Units, Out-Feed Drive Unit, Rewinding Unit, Electrical Control Section And Control Gauges.

 

Feature of Multi Color Rotogravure Printing Machine:-

1 Equipped With Microprocessor And Can Correct The Deviation Of Color

Register Quickly And Accurately.

2. In 7" Touch Screen Man-Machine Interface, With Web Video.

3. External Un/Rewinding Section, Non-Stop Material Splicing.

4.Closed Oven And Independent Heating Hot Air Blowing System, Automatic

Constant Temperature System.

5.Pneumatic Impressing System And Pneumatic Doctor Blade System,

Diaphragm-Type Pneumatic Ink Auto Circulating System.

Rotogravure Printing Machine Technical Data:

BOPP¿¿¿15-60um PET¿¿¿12-60um PVC:30-60um

CPP¿¿¿25-60um PE¿¿¿40-100um Cello paper¿¿¿20-30um

paper¿¿¿30-80g Laminated film¿¿¿10-60um

2 Printing color quantity:8color

3 Machinery speed: 130m/min

4 Printing speed: 10-120m/min

5 Diameter of printing plate: ø100mm~ø320mm

6 Machine total power : about 110kw

7 Max printing width: 800mm

8,Max material width: 830mm

9 Max diameter of unwinding and rewinding: ø600mm

10 Pressure source: 0.8Mpa

11 Scope of tension: 3-25KG

12 Tension precision: ±0.3K

13 Machine Size: 13500X2800X 2600mm

15 Weight of machine: 14T

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4 Color Rotogravure Printing Line

4 Color Rotogravure Printing Line
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Approx. Price: Rs 57.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Automatic Rotogravure Printing Plant

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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine

Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 32.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine

Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 40.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Single Color Rotogravure Printing Plant

Single Color Rotogravure Printing Plant
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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Rotogravure Printing Machine

High Speed Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Rotogravure Printing Line

High Speed Rotogravure Printing Line
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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Rotogravure Printing Machine

High Speed Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 45.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant

High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant
  • High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant
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Approx. Price: Rs 58.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Line in India

Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Line in India
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Approx. Price: Rs 56.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Machine in India

Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Machine in India
  • Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Machine in India
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Approx. Price: Rs 56.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Machine

Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Machine
  • Multicolor Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 56.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Singal Color Rotogravure Printing Line

Singal Color Rotogravure Printing Line
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Approx. Price: Rs 28.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Plant Manufacturer in Ahmedabad

Rotogravure Printing Plant Manufacturer in Ahmedabad
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Approx. Price: Rs 58.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine Manufacturer in Ahmedabad

Rotogravure Printing Machine Manufacturer in Ahmedabad
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Approx. Price: Rs 58.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Automatic Rotogravure Printing Line

High Speed Automatic Rotogravure Printing Line
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Approx. Price: Rs 58.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Automatic Rotogravure Printing Plant

High Speed Automatic Rotogravure Printing Plant
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Approx. Price: Rs 58.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant

High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant
  • High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant
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Approx. Price: Rs 56.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine

Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine
  • Automatic Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 57.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Rotogravure Printing Line

High Speed Rotogravure Printing Line
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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant

High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant
  • High Speed Rotogravure Printing Plant
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Approx. Price: Rs 57.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine Plant

Rotogravure Printing Machine Plant
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Approx. Price: Rs 56.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

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1 - 10 Rotogravure Printing Machine

1 - 10 Rotogravure Printing Machine
  • 1 - 10 Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 57.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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4 Color Rotogravure Printing Plant

4 Color Rotogravure Printing Plant
  • 4 Color Rotogravure Printing Plant
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Approx. Price: Rs 57.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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4 Color Rotogravure Printing Machine

4 Color Rotogravure Printing Machine
  • 4 Color Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 57.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Plant

Rotogravure Printing Plant
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Approx. Price: Rs 32.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine

Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 32.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

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Greeting cards

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in Ahmedabad Rotogravure Printing Plant

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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine

Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Line

Rotogravure Printing Line
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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Press

Rotogravure Printing Press
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Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine

Rotogravure Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 65.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machinery

Rotogravure Printing Machinery
  • Rotogravure Printing Machinery
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Approx. Price: Rs 28.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Rotogravure Printing Machine Line

Rotogravure Printing Machine Line
  • Rotogravure Printing Machine Line
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Approx. Price: Rs 35.51 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Rotogravure printing process

The rotogravure process is a direct transfer method for printing onto wood-pulp fiber based, synthetic, or laminated substrates, including:

Films such as polyester, OPP, nylon, and PE

Papers

Carton board

Aluminum foil

The modern day rotogravure printing press uses a printing cylinder which has been laser engraved with minute cells capable of retaining ink, the size and pattern of which reflect the required image. These cells are forced to transfer their ink directly onto the substrate by a combination of pressure and capillary action, so producing the printed image.

The process, also commonly called gravure printing, is used in the manufacturing of food and non-food packaging, as well as labels, wall coverings, transfer printing, and has a variety of further applications in the security printing, industrial, and tobacco segments of industry.

Rotogravure printing presses

The layout of a gravure printing press follows an in-line arrangement where the required number of printing units is installed along a horizontal plane. In a conventional gravure printing press, each unit comprises of:

Printing cylinder: a seamless tubular sleeve or full cylinder, made from either steel, aluminum, plastic, or composite material, which is engraved with the image to be printed

Doctor blade:  the device that removes ink from the non-engraved portions of the printing cylinder and also removes excess ink from the engraved sections

Impression roller: a rubber covered sleeve that is mounted on a steel mandrel. Its primary purpose is to press the substrate against the printing cylinder

Inking system: consisting of an ink pan, ink holding tank, and ink pump with supply and return ink pipes

Drying system: consisting of a chamber which dries the ink once it is on the substrate and prior to it reaching the next printing unit. Drier capacities are determined based on the required printing speed, ink type (solvent or water based), and ink lay down volume

 

Process description of :-

During the gravure printing process the printing cylinder rotates in the ink pan where the engraved cells fill with ink. As the cylinder rotates clear of the ink pan, any excess ink is removed by the doctor blade. Further around, the cylinder is brought into contact with the substrate, which is pressed against it by the rubber covered impression roller.

 

Applications of :-

Typical gravure printed products include:

Food packaging

Wall paper

Wrapping paper

Furniture laminates

Paneling 

Greeting cards

Magazines

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Ocean Rotoflex Film Printing Machine

Ocean Rotoflex Film Printing Machine
  • Ocean Rotoflex Film Printing Machine
  • Ocean Rotoflex Film Printing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 25.51 Lakh / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Brand/MakeOcean Rotoflex
Max Printing Speed20-40 m/min
Max Printing Width1000-1500 mm
Machine TypeAutomatic
Maximum Cutting Speed100 - 500 mm/sec

Film Printing Machine in Ocean Rotolfex The most advanced generation of super high speed, stack type flexo printing machine crystallized by our R&D team’s endeavor work from years of evolution in printing industry. The machines are designed with economical materials for ink rollers, doctor blade and printing rollers. The advantage of this series satisfy obverse and reverse printing needs while achieving the shortest production time, enhanced productivity, and lower costs. Film Printing Machine in Ocean Rotolfex


The machine is suitable for printing LDPE/HMHDPE/PP Film and Paper:
  • Forward inching facility.
  • Auto stop for web break.
  • Individual air controller for each station.
  • Impression rollers and Anilox rollers are dynamically balanced, ground and hard chrome plated.
  • Helical gears for reduced play, smooth movement and long life.
  • Manual Registration Adjustments:
  • Horizontal: +/-17mm with locking
  • Vertical: +/-17mm

Film Printing Machine in Ocean Rotolfex
  • Auto Tension Controller
  • Auto web guiding system
  • Air shaft and safety chucks on unwind and rewind station
  • Printing repeat length and width in various sizes as per customer’s requirements,
  • Printing Width: 500 to 1600 mm
  • Repeat Length: 200 to 2000mm
  • Film Printing Machine in Ocean Rotolfex
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Additional Information:

  • Pay Mode Terms: L/C (Letter of Credit),T/T (Bank Transfer),Other
  • Port of Dispatch: Mundra
  • Delivery Time: 90 Days
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Jitendra Patel (Managing Director)
Ocean Rotoflex
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Nikol, Ahmedabad - 382430, Gujarat, India


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