Rotary printing utilizes plates on a rotating cylinder. The technique is to roll a product across cylinders which will turn produce printing all the way around products without breaks. This is one of the best printing method for high volume print in terms of speed. Screen printing equipment works equally well on to various surfaces such as paper, cardboard and plastic. For branding a product that is too big for pad printing, rotary screen print is a great alternative.
- Extreme high degree of control and accuracy
- Cost savings
- Environmental friendly
- Steady and reliable performance
- Correct and smooth label sticking
Promotional Items that are commonly branded using Rotary Screen Prints
- Promotional drink bottles
- Printed paper cones
- Branded novelties
- Customised flasks
- Personalised travel mugs
History of Rotary Screen Printing
Rotary drum printing was invented by Richard March Hoe in 1843 and patented in 1847. Back in early Mesopotamian civilization before 3000 BC, people use cylinder seals for rolling and create art works of beautiful images.