Inject Printing

Inject printing involves using a digital computer to input information into the inkjet printer, which then prints the information onto the desired material. In recent years, inkjet printing has become increasingly popular due to its non-contact, non-pressure, and non-plate printing capabilities.

The inkjet printer consists of a system controller, inkjet controller, print head, and substrate drive mechanism. The ink is controlled by the inkjet controller and sprayed through the nozzles of the print head onto the substrate. The substrate drive mechanism moves the substrate according to printing requirements, while the system controller controls the overall operation of the printer.


Due to its non-contact nature, inkjet printing can be used on a wide variety of materials, including wood, glass, crystal, metal, ceramics, acrylics, organic glass, EVA, KT boards, leather, silicone, plastics, PP, PET, PVC, fabrics, stickers, and paper. It is a high-tech digital printing device that allows for full-color photo-quality printing in one pass.


Inkjet printing eliminates the need for plate-making, exposure, and repetitive color matching. It produces vibrant colors and realistic images that are waterproof, sunproof, wear-resistant, and have strong adhesion. The images do not fade over time and are easy to operate with stable performance.


Inkjet printing is a versatile and efficient printing method that has revolutionized the printing industry. Its non-contact nature allows for printing on a wide range of materials with high-quality results. With its ease of use and stable performance, inkjet printing has become a popular choice for businesses looking for a fast and efficient printing solution.