How is the static electricity of DTF Printer generated?
What DTF Printer is most afraid of is static electricity. Static electricity is a static charge or non-mobile charge (mobile charge forms current). Static electricity is formed when electrical charge builds up on an object or surface. Charge is divided into positive charge and negative charge, that is, electrostatic phenomenon is divided into positive static electricity and negative static electricity. The generation of two kinds of static electricity is different. Today, TEXTEK will explain the reasons for the generation of static electricity.
So how is static electricity generated?
1. Friction: Any two objects of different materials will generate static electricity when they come into contact.
2. Induction: For conductive materials, since electrons can flow freely on their surface, if placed in an electric field, positive and negative electrons will be transferred due to same-sex repulsion and opposite-sex intake.
3. Conduction: For conductive materials, charge transfer occurs because electrons can flow freely on their surface, such as in contact with a charged object.
The formation of static electricity in heat press printers is generally the above three ways, of course, there are other reasons. Weather can also cause static electricity to occur. For example, the weather in winter is dry, and machinery and equipment are more likely to generate static electricity.