Greenville, South Carolina: Servomotor powered indexing print stations in high speed screen printing systems require accurate registration as they index, position, print and advance to the next printing stations. You see the results everywhere – high quality multi-colored images of logos, messages, pictures of animals and faces on textiles such as T-shirts, sweat shirts and other garments.
Progressive Machine's Blue Falcon screen printing system features smooth, high speed operation with machine tool quality and durability. It accurately prints fabrics in up to 20 colors.
Garment fabrics screen printed with multiple colors and fine detail.
There's no limit to the image complexity, color and overall quality detail these machines can print due to advances in the motion systems designed into these automated screen printers. When equipped with Zero-Max CD® couplings, these new servo driven screen printers index and position accurately from station to station where images are printed with remarkable consistency and repeatability. Most notable is Progressive Machine of Greenville, South Carolina which has made a quantum leap with new technology designed into its Blue Falcon screen printers. Available in several formats, these systems start with an 10 color 12 station model and range up to the largest, a 20 color 22 station model.
High Speed Servo Glide™ Technology Increases
Production Rates, Produces Quality Images
The Blue Falcon screen printers feature digital control of the indexer function and positioning. The system is designed for continuous duty operation with the indexing table movement and number of stations programmable via the operator interface. Once programmed, the system is designed to operate continuously without operator intervention. To achieve the needed smooth, repeatable operation and indexing required, top-notch engineering design is required of the motion system.
Controlling the motion each time these machine indexes is a tall order because the torque load is typically between 1, 500 and 2, 000 lbs. and the accuracy requirement for print registration is .002 inch. To handle these requirements, Progressive Machine design engineers, chose a single HC-SFS352 Mitsubishi servo motor (37 ft/lbs) and connected it to the precision ball screw with a Zero-Max CD model 6A37–AC coupling.
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