The difference between UV printer VS Epson original machine

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At present, a large part of the nozzles used by uv printers on the market are Epson nozzles. Because Epson 5th generation nozzles have 8 rows of nozzle holes, one nozzle can support 8 colors, so only one nozzle can satisfy color printing and print resolution. High, the picture effect is clear and lifelike. Some people may have this problem. What is the difference between a flatbed printer and an original Epson machine?

  First of all, the most obvious difference between the flatbed printer and the original Epson machine is the different scope of application. 

Epson printers are mainly used in office, printing materials are mainly paper; while flatbed printers have a wide range of applications, which can be used for metal, glass, leather, ceramics, wood, bamboo, cloth, T-shirts, plastics, silicone, density Board, PVC, acrylic, advertising materials, etc. meet the high-quality and high-demand printing needs of many industries.

  Secondly, the thickness of the printing material of the UV flatbed printer is different from that of the original Epson machine. 

Epson printers can only print on paper and special ink-absorbing materials with a thickness of less than 1mm. The use of water-based inks has a small application range and has poor sun protection and water resistance. The flatbed printer can print all materials with a thickness within 200mm, and supports printing on curved surfaces with a drop of less than 10mm. It uses special inks and has good waterproof and sunscreen performance, which greatly expands the application range of flatbed printers.

  Thirdly, the transmission mode of the uv machine is different from that of the original Epson machine. 

Flatbed printers use non-contact belt transmission, while Epson printers use direct contact belt transmission.

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