What is the difference between screen printing and uv flatbed printer?Screen printing is relatively more traditional, and the technology is more sophisticated. Can UV lithography technology achieve it?1. Cost comparisonTraditional screen printing requires film plate making, and its own printing cost is relatively expensive. The screen printing dots cannot be eliminated, and mass production is required to reduce costs, which cannot achieve the printing of small batches or individual products.UV flatbed printing does not require so complicated typesetting design, only simple picture processing, after calculating the relevant values, you can directly use the software to operate, and you can print a product, inkjet printer, does not limit the minimum number, from some From a point of view, it also saves time and cost.2. Process comparisonThe screen printing process is relatively complicated. Based on the original manuscript, plate making and printing processes are selected according to different printing materials. There are many specific process types. Different printer materials have different processes, and the overall operation is quite troublesome.The process of UV lithography is relatively simple. You only need to put the material to be printed on the rack, fix the position, and simply typeset and position the selected high-definition pictures in the software to start printing. The overall printer model for different materials is the same, but a small number of materials require coating and varnish effects.3. Comparison of printing effectsThe pattern of the finished screen printing is poor in firmness, is easily scratched off, and is not waterproof. After printing, it takes a period of time to air dry before it can be completely dried.UV printing has more comprehensive colors. The unique color management system does not require self-coloring. The printing effect is bright in color. The printed product also has many advantages such as waterproof, scratch-resistant, and abrasion resistance. The most important point is that it is not affected by the material. Restrictions, as long as the size of the printing format and the degree of concavity and convexity are within the range allowed by the printer, it can be printed.