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Why Sublimation Printing Machine Has a Working Temperature Requirement?

The rapid development of the garment printing industry has driven the technological innovation of the sublimation printing machine to a new generation. People will enjoy more appropriate services while paying the same price. With the improvement of sublimation printer technology, various printers have gradually occupied the market of sublimation printing industry, and more and more people will prefer printers with higher cost performance when choosing.

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With the advent of winter, the temperature is getting lower and lower. Many users have such questions. Sometimes the digital sublimation printer work is not so smooth. What is the reason? I am here to tell you that this is because the temperature will affect the performance of the printer. So how do we solve this problem?

When the wide foramt sublimation printer is working, the working environment, especially the indoor temperature of the work, also has a certain impact on the printer.

First, after the temperature is lowered, the most common phenomenon is the “false plugging” of the nozzle, that is, the individual nozzles are “broken line”. Because if the same ink is used, the lower the temperature, the higher the viscosity. The viscosity is too large, and it is prone to "broken wire" when printing at high speed.

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Many sublimation inkjet printer users will think that the nozzle is blocked, but once cleaned, it will be normal immediately. It will not be blocked for a long time. This is followed by the problem of ink absorption and drying. If the temperature is too low, it is not conducive to the absorption of the ink by the inkjet coating, and is not conducive to the evaporation of the ink solvent. Caused the phenomenon of "stacking ink".

Therefore, the majority of users should maintain a suitable temperature when using in cold weather, which is conducive to the normal operation of the printer.