Screen printing machine for printing on flat glass

Date: 13 September 2006
At glasstec 2006, FLEISCHLE presents its semi-automatic screen printing machine type MP-S for printing on flat glass. Important criterions of this machine are its short change-over times, easy machine handling, high productivity and realiability as well as optimal printing results.

With this well-proven machine type the glass panels can be manually loaded directly on the print table and positioned between masks in a 3-point-alignment system or by using a lifting device. Due to this no pre-positioning station is needed.

The printing machine is drawn up for single pieces as well as for large series and guarantees an absolute repeatability. A well planned construction enables to also print longer glass panels. The machine can also be integrated into a printing line and can be loaded and unloaded sideways via transferring conveyors.

The stable assembly of the machine in connection with other components for instance the well-proven print unit with anti-drip-system and the absolute plane print plate surface (Fleischle-patent) contribute to an effective printing result.

During the exhibition, print demonstrations on a semi-automatic FLEISCHLE screen printing machine type MP will be held.

For all visitors of this fair interested in screen printing FLEISCHLE eKfm provides an extensive advice service for the complete „screen printing process“ at its stand.

Our highly qualified team of experts will be at visitors disposal.

Range of products
Large size screen printing machines for flat glass,
max. printing format up to 3,300 x 6,500 mm

Fleiner Straße 5, 74336 Brackenheim/Germany
Tel.: + 49 - 7135-9590 - 0, Fax: + 49 - 7135 - 9590 - 20

Glasstec 2006 Halle 15 Stand 15G07

600450 Screen printing machine for printing on flat glass

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