sheet-feed print

offset photogravure

Sheet Print

The sheet print method allows direct printing on materials (e.g.vinyl and olefin sheets) along with the secondary processing of the materials, such as lamination , to make shape changes in the materials. This method is applied to a variety of products including pencil boxes, makeup porches, and passbook covers. ROYAL INDUSTRY’s share in the sheet print market is overwhelming others.

Features and Performance
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Beautifl photographic offset printing is possible on vinyl and olefin sheets.
2
Finished printed materials feel soft and warm.
3
Ease of processing.
4
Applications in a wide variety are available by changing laminationmaterials.

Decorative Melamin Foil

A decorative melamine foil, used for graphic printing on mealmine-made tableware and trays, is made of special transfer paper soaked with melamine resin. Melamine products feel like pottery, but are tough and easy to use. Therefore, they are used in a variety of applications including business-use tableware for sushi-go-round restraunts and home-and school lunch-use tableware.

Features and Performance
1
Ease of graphic printing on thermosetting resin,
which is generally considered difficult in other methods.
2
Excellent durability is ensured by the method of printing on paper
to be soaked with melamine and integrated with mold products.
3
Integrated printing from plate making to soaking processing in response
to customer’s needs.
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High-grade type foils are available for boiling sterilization.
Offset sheet-feed press
Photogravure sheet-feed press