The thermal press possesses two distinct working surfaces and a touch screen, which allows for precise setting of time and temperature. It also includes an air regulator with a pneumatic system, which enhances the press’s efficiency. It is recommended to apply a pressure of 0.4-0.6 MPa.
The thermal press is an effective method of surface printing through thermal technology, commonly utilized in textile printing. Its working principle involves heating the upper moving part to the desired temperature, and then placing the textile or other material on the lower rubber part. Subsequently, we place the thermal material on the textile and close the thermal press. The heated surface then comes into contact with the textile and the thermal material, causing the latter to be deposited on the textile surface.
The thermal press utilizes thermal technology for surface printing and finds widespread application in textile printing. Its working principle involves heating the upper, movable part to a specific temperature, and then placing the textile or other material on the lower rubber part. The thermal material is then placed on top of the textile, and the thermal press is closed. This closure brings the heated surface into contact with both the textile and the thermal material, resulting in the deposition of the latter on the textile surface.
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