What are the printing conditions and usage methods of the flatbed printer?

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What objects can a flatbed printer print on?

(1). Flatbed printers can print directly on paper materials.

(2). Pictures can be printed on any material. (Such as gold, silver, iron, aluminum plate, crystal, silicone, wood, glass, leather, cloth, stone, etc.)

(3). Pictures can be printed on irregular surfaces. (Such as mobile phones, telephones, U disks, vases, pens, etc.)

(4). It can print cylindrical objects in a small format. (Such as vases, pens, etc.)

(5). The height of the object is: 0~17.5CM.

(6). The concave and convex radian of the surface is 0~7mm.

(7). Free intermediate consumables. (Such as: thermal printing paper, crystal glue, crystal film, high-temperature tape, thermal transfer equipment.

Before using the uv printer, the material must be surface treated, that is, spray a layer of surface treatment agent (coating) on ​​the surface of the material. These treatment agents will not have any effect on the surface of the material, and the effect is to increase the effect of color and the attachment of color. Focus on

The surface coating treatment has a great influence on the future color printing:

(1) Confirm which material you want to print, and then coat the material.

(2) Before printing, confirm whether the coating is dry or dry.

(3) In addition, it is necessary to ensure that the coating is uniform and clean. If it is not uniform, the ink will not be adsorbed in individual positions, become spots, or bleed. Clean and tidy is also to prevent dust and sundries from affecting the effect after printing and ensure quality.

Limitations of Flatbed Printer Use

Accurately speaking, UV printers should be called “flatbed printers”. As the name suggests, this device can only print flat materials. Products with irregular shapes, such as drinking glasses, wine bottles, clay pots, etc., cannot be printed on them by UV printers.

A flatbed printer is an inkjet printing device. The surface is too large, and the difference between the highest point and the lowest point of the material is more than 5MM, and almost no one accepts the effect. The principle is like a shower, the closer the water droplets are to the nozzle, the denser the water droplets are, and the farther away they are, the bigger they are. We tested the data of this distance as 5MM. When the distance between the highest point and the lowest point exceeds 5MM, [scattering ink phenomenon] will appear.


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