Unit-type Flexo Press UV Curing System

A unit-type flexo press is a modular printing press designed for flexographic printing. It consists of various components, including a plate cylinder, anilox roller, inking system, and impression cylinder, that work together to transfer ink onto the printing substrate. This press is known for its versatility, high-quality printing, speed and efficiency, cost-effectiveness, wide substrate compatibility, environmentally friendly features, inline finishing options, and continuous innovation.

Advantages and Features


The modular design of the unit-type flexo press allows for easy customization and configuration based on specific printing requirements. This adaptability makes it suitable for a wide range of industries and products.

High Printing Quality

The unit-type flexo press provides precise control over ink transfer, registration, and color consistency, resulting in sharp, vibrant, and high-resolution prints that are comparable to other printing methods.

Speed and Efficiency

Unit-type flexo presses are known for their high production speeds and quick setup times, allowing for rapid printing tasks and fast changeovers between jobs, improving efficiency and reducing downtime.


The flexibility and affordability of printing plates, along with the ability to print on a wide range of substrates, results in cost savings while maintaining high-quality printing.

Wide Substrate Compatibility

Unit-type flexo presses are compatible with various substrates, including paper, cardboard, films, labels, and flexible packaging materials, expanding the range of applications and market opportunities.

Environmentally Friendly

The use of water-based and UV-curable inks and advancements in energy-efficient drying systems contribute to sustainability efforts, reducing environmental impact and promoting a greener printing industry.

Inline Finishing Options

Unit-type flexo presses can be equipped with various inline finishing options, such as laminating, die-cutting, embossing, and varnishing, eliminating the need for separate post-printing processes.

Continuous Innovation

The unit-type flexo press benefits from continuous advancements in technology, materials, and processes, allowing printers to stay competitive and meet the changing demands of the market.

Unit-type flexo press workflow

How to Choose a Unit-type Flexo Press

When selecting a unit-type flexo press, consider the following factors:

  1. Printing requirements
  2. Flexibility and customization
  3. Print quality and registration
  4. Production speed and efficiency
  5. Substrate compatibility
  6. Inking and drying systems
  7. Support and service
  8. Budget and return on investment
  9. Industry reputation and reviews
  10. Future expansion and upgrades

Installation and Maintenance

Proper installation and regular maintenance are essential for optimal unit-type flexo press performance.


  1. Site preparation
  2. Unpacking and assembly
  3. Electrical and control system setup
  4. Testing and calibration


  1. Regular cleaning
  2. Lubrication
  3. Inspection and replacement

Unit-type flexo press application


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  1. What is the difference between a unit-type flexo press and a central impression flexo press?
  2. A unit-type flexo press is modular and consists of various components that work together to transfer ink onto the substrate. In contrast, a central impression flexo press has a single impression cylinder that supports the substrate and presses it against all the printing cylinders and plates.

  3. What is the maximum printing speed of a unit-type flexo press?
  4. The maximum printing speed depends on various factors, such as the press configuration, substrate, and printing process. However, unit-type flexo presses are known for their high production speeds, making them suitable for large-scale printing operations.

  5. Can a unit-type flexo press print on non-porous substrates?
  6. Yes, unit-type flexo presses can print on non-porous substrates, such as plastic films, using specially formulated inks and surface treatment methods.

  7. Can a unit-type flexo press handle multiple printing processes, such as printing and laminating?
  8. Yes, unit-type flexo presses can be equipped with various inline finishing options, such as laminating, die-cutting, embossing, and varnishing, eliminating the need for separate post-printing processes.

  9. How do I troubleshoot ink smearing or blurring during the printing process?
  10. Ensure proper ink viscosity and consistency, adjust the doctor blade pressure, verify that the anilox roller is clean, check for excessive plate wear or damage, and optimize drying parameters.