A printing machine is a mechanical device that transfers ink onto a medium. The ink is applied by applying pressure to a surface resting on the print medium. These machines are also called printing presses. They have been around for centuries and are still used in printing today. These machines can help you print documents of all kinds, from brochures to large-scale posters.
One type of printing machine is a screen printing machine. This type of machine produces many colors and can be set up with many different printing stations. The number of stations will depend on the size of the job. Having more stations will increase your production speed. Also, more stations will allow you to perform additional tasks such as flashing. In addition, you will be able to print more colors in a shorter period of time with a larger number of stations.
Another type of printing machine is a digital press. These machines have a computer and monitors that help to monitor the printing process. They can also help you make adjustments to the machine, such as oiling the printing plates, cleaning the printing chamber, and even minor repairs. Some digital presses can also transfer files and blend colors.
Offset lithography printing machines use a thin metal plate. The image to be printed is transferred to the plate using photographs or directly from a computer. Offset printing machines have a high set up cost, but their vibrant images make up for it.