Copy paper printing is a kind of cultural and industrial paper that is very difficult to produce. It is widely used in our lives. However, the technical characteristics of copy paper printing are mainly as follows: Copy paper printing has high physical strength, excellent uniformity and transparency , And good appearance, fine, flat, smooth, no foam sand, good printability. Generally, the production of copy paper printing is divided into two basic processes: pulp and papermaking. Pulp is the use of mechanical methods, chemical methods or a combination of the two methods to dissociate plant fiber raw materials into natural pulp or bleached pulp. Papermaking is the process of combining pulp fibers suspended in water into paper sheets that meet various requirements through various processes.
Copy paper printing uses screen printing, which is called the four printing methods together with offset printing, embossing and gravure printing. After the copy paper is placed under the screen, the ink with paint-like viscosity is applied to the screen. Then, the ink is spread and squeezed through the holes of the stencil to the paper under the screen. This is done by pulling the squeegee on the screen. The method of using screen printing to decorate objects is very old. Now, the surface of any object of different shape or size can be printed by screen printing.