The design and manufacturing purpose of the uv flatbed printer was mainly used for printing of hard materials. It broke through the limitation of inkjet technology that can only be printed on soft materials. It can be applied to glass, PVC acrylic, integrated wallboard, ceramic tiles, etc. Material, so it is also called a universal printer.
Compared with traditional printing equipment, uv flatbed printers have more applicable materials, faster printing speed, higher precision, and simple operation steps, so they can save a lot of labor costs. But in the process of using, please use the uv flatbed printer carefully when encountering the following three situations...
A): Arc-shaped material, the arc is too large
During the operation of the machine, if the height of the printed material is more than 1 cm, the flatbed printer cannot complete the full-frame printing, because the inkjet spacing is too large, which will cause unclear patterns and scattered ink.
2): The surface of the material is too reflective
When the flatbed printer is working, when the ink is sprayed, the UV lamp needs to be irradiated with ultraviolet light to dry, which can achieve the effect of instant drying and instant, but if the surface of the material reflects ultraviolet light, when the UV lamp irradiates the surface of the material, the ultraviolet light It will be reflected on the nozzle, causing the ink to be dried by ultraviolet rays before it is ejected. This will easily cause the nozzle to block and the nozzle will be scrapped.
(3): Post-printing process of high temperature, strong acid, strong alkali, etc.
The UV ink used in UV flatbed printers will meet the high temperature, strong acid, and strong alkali will reduce the adhesion of the ink, which will cause the pattern to fall off and deform.
Therefore, when using a UV flatbed printer, you must avoid the above three situations to avoid damage to the printer.