By Dr C. Armstrong (auth.), Dr R. H. Leach, Dr C. Armstrong, Mr J. F. Brown, Mr M. J. Mackenzie, Mr L. Randall, Dr H. G. Smith (eds.)
The Printing Ink guide used to be first released in 1961 less than the auspices of the Society of British Printing Ink brands with the thing of supplying an authoritative paintings on printing ink expertise. This, the fourth variation, maintains that goal and offers a finished learn of the present 'state of the paintings' within the ink undefined. For these beginning within the printing ink it's a textbook facing all elements of the formula and manufacture of printing ink. For the ink technician it's a sensible handbook and invaluable resource of reference. For printers and clients of revealed fabric the handbook provides worthy info at the nature and behavior of ink either at the printing press and because the complete print. Readers with a bit clinical wisdom can have no hassle in utilizing the handbook, yet as in past versions, adequate chemistry and physics were brought to help the complicated technician and study scientist.
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Further regulation of the ink is achieved by varying the "urface speed of the fountain roller, altering the pressure between the fountain roller and screened roller, and also altering the hardness of the rubber covering Oil the fountain roller. For high-quality flexographic printing, reverse angle doctoring of the anilox roller has been introduced (Fig. 26). This is not speed dependent as are the other methods, which is a distinct advantage. 25 Flexographic printing unit - ink doctoring by roller 46 THE PRINTING PROCESSES Printing cylinder Web Impression roller Ink fountain Fig.
High speed presses may be equipped with a pre-doctoring system. 5 mm) to remain, then another which performs the final doctoring. This has the advantages that the pressure on the second blade can be substantially reduced so that cylinder wear is less, and printed results are less affected by speed. The impression roll This has a steel core with a rubber covering 12-20 mm thick. It is a relatively hard rubber and the pressure applied between it and the printing cylinder is high in relation to other processes.
This shows a single-colour press consisting of a plate, blanket and impression cylinder. These three printing cylinders, together with the inking and damping systems, make up the printing unit. The plate is clamped round the plate cylinder. At each revolution it is contacted first by the damping rollers, then by the inkers. The blanket is clamped round the blanket cylinder, and the paper passes between the blanket and impression cylinders, but does not contact the plate. The damping system A damping system supplies water, or fountain solution to the plate.
The Printing Ink Manual by Dr C. Armstrong (auth.), Dr R. H. Leach, Dr C. Armstrong, Mr J. F. Brown, Mr M. J. Mackenzie, Mr L. Randall, Dr H. G. Smith (eds.)