UV Printer Positioning Printing on Small Badges

UV printing is a modern printing technology that uses ultraviolet light to cure ink almost instantly, allowing for fast, high-quality printing. This technology can print on almost any material.

This video shows you UV positioning printing process on small badges. Positioning printing ensures that the design is printed precisely where it should be on the badge.

The badge is placed on the UV printer’s platen, in a random position. Our UV printer then automatically recognizes and applies ink to the badge using its high-resolution print head, guided by a sophisticated positioning system.

The UV light cures the ink instantly, fixing the design and ensuring a long-lasting, vibrant effect. Then, your small badge is ready with a beautifully printed design, ready for use.

UV printer positioning printing on small badges is a fast and efficient way to create high-quality badges with precise designs. UV printing is a great choice whether you are looking for custom badges for your business or an individual.


The UV Printer Used in This Application Case

UV Flatbed Printer (UV-6090F Star V)

UV-6090F Star V Flatbed Printer is a versatile and powerful printing solution designed for businesses of all sizes. With its 60x90cm printing area, this printer handles a wide range of materials from paper to plastics, leather, and more. Utilizing UV curing technology, the Star V Flatbed UV Printer produces vibrant, long-lasting prints with exceptional detail.

Technical Highlights:

  • Print Head: EPSON I1600-U1/I3200-U1
  • Max Print Size: 600mm*900mm
  • Max Print Speed: 8m2/h
  • Ink Type: ECO-UV Curing Ink
  • Print Mode: C, M,Y, K+W+Varnish


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