Eps Foam Pattern Printing Machine

Eps Styrofoam Pattern Printing Machine is Used in The Production Of Decorative Frames Used in Exterior Such As Wood-Looking, Stone-Like, Broken Brick Patterns. We Obtain These Patterns By Pressing The Heated Mold On The Product At High Pressure.

Machine Details

Eps Foam Pattern Printing Machine
Eps Foam Pattern Printing Machine
Eps Foam Pattern Printing Machine
ItemUnitEpm2000
Machine DimensionsMM637X2650X2000
Product MeasurementsMM500X2000X400
Product Holding System Holding With Vacuum
Body Structure Steel
Mold Heating System Plate Resistance
Mold Movement System Hydraulic Pressure
Molding Press PowerKG3200
Body Color Blue Gray
Electric PowerV380
Mold System Teflon Coated Plate On Aluminum
Mold Working DistanceMMMax 350
Production CapacityM/MIN6
Motor PowerKW14

 

EPS Foam Pattern Printing Machines: Versatile Tools for Customized Styrofoam Creations

EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) foam pattern printing machines are versatile tools designed for creating customized styrofoam shapes and designs. Also known as hot EPS foam shape presses or panel embossing thermopress machines, these devices are used to form and print patterns on EPS foam materials.

The process involves heating the EPS foam to a specific temperature, making it malleable, and then pressing it into a mold or die to create the desired shape or pattern. This technology is commonly used to produce styrofoam wall panels, decorative elements, and other custom foam products.

Key Features:

  • Hot Stamp Press Functionality: Utilizes heat and pressure to imprint patterns or designs on the EPS foam material.
  • Versatile Foam Shaping: Capable of creating a wide range of shapes, from simple geometric forms to intricate, custom-designed patterns.
  • Efficient Foam Forming: The automated process allows for the rapid production of multiple, consistent foam pieces.
  • Customizable Molds: Users can create or swap out molds to produce various foam products, catering to different design needs.

EPS foam pattern printing machines are used in various industries, such as construction, interior design, and advertising. They enable the creation of unique, visually appealing styrofoam elements for wall panels, decorative accents, packaging, and more.