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How to Maintain Sublimation Transfer Printer in the Dry Autumn

Sublimation transfer printer has certain requirements for the humidity of the working environment. It is now in the fall, and autumn is a season that is easy to dry. So how to maintain our printers in the dry season is a problem we need to care about. Especially for piezoelectric printers, it is necessary to do maintenance work.

Roland sublimation transfer printer

First, pay attention to dust, anti-coagulation

In the fall/winter season, when the digital sublimation printer is not used, if the room is relatively cold and too dry, it is best to cover a large thicker cloth on the printer, especially the paper inlet and paper exit. live. Because the nozzle is in the printer, if it can ensure that the cold air does not enter the space inside the printer, it can prevent the ink droplets on the printing nozzle from solidifying, otherwise it will easily cause the plug, resulting in a decrease in printing effect.

In addition, due to the way the sublimation printer works, the place where the printer is placed must be a horizontal plane. The tilting work not only affects the printing effect, but also slows the nozzle working speed and damages the internal mechanical structure.

Wide format sublimation transfer printer

Second, pay attention to cleaning

Develop a good habit of regularly cleaning sublimation inkjet printers to keep the printer in good working order. The outside of the printer can be wiped with a soft cloth dampened with water. The cleaning liquid must be a neutral substance such as water. Never use alcohol. The interior should be wiped with a dry cloth as much as possible, and it should not be in contact with internal electronic components, mechanical devices, etc.

Third, other matters needing attention

At least once a week, the printer needs to be warmed up when it is turned on and automatically cleans the nozzle. It can discharge the ink droplets that have been attached to the nozzle to avoid blockage caused by long-term ink droplets staying on the nozzle. A nozzle check can effectively check the nozzle usage.