How does the DTF Printer prevent the generation of static electricity?
White ink heat transfer printer is a wide printing device that relies on computer to control image output. Its core components are various motherboards, and the internal circuit spacing is short. The area is small, and the sensitive voltage is generally between 0-200V, which is easy to fail due to electrostatic damage. Therefore, the generation of static electricity should be particularly prevented. So how to prevent it? Next, let me show you:
1. Ground the printing material.
2. Use electrostatic paint or cleaner.
3. Ionize the air around the electrostatic material.
4. Control the room temperature and humidity. Generally speaking, it is best to keep the printing environment within the relative humidity range of 50%-75% and within 15°C-30°C, so that the static electricity on the printing material is easier to transmit, and it will not affect the ink droplets on the nozzle of the heat transfer printer. Guaranteed printing accuracy. It is best to open windows regularly for ventilation in the printing place to ensure good ventilation.
5. Connect the ground wire to the white ink heat transfer printer. When burying the line, first dig 1.5 deep underground. If the excavated soil is wet, it is best to tie a piece of iron with 0.6 square meters of copper wire, use a whole line, no interface, and then bury it deeply, and then pour salt water.
6. Do not use ink with high viscosity. Although too much ink drop weight can reduce the effects of static electricity, too much viscosity will adversely affect the nozzle crystals of white ink heat transfer printers.
The above are 6 methods that can effectively control static electricity. Static electricity is generally more likely to be generated in winter. Manufacturers and friends can operate according to the above methods. If you have any questions, you can consult TEXTEK at any time!