Flat Screen Printer Printing Control Ink


so today we will understand how the Flat Screen Printer controls the printing ink?

    In the printing process, there are definitely many things that we need to pay attention to and control, because it is very important to ensure the final printing effect. When printing, a small detail will directly affect The final effect, so some details must be paid attention to, so today we will understand how the Flat Screen Printer controls the printing ink?

  1. Try not to use soybean oil-based ink in the printing process, because soybean oil is a semi-dry (slow) oil, so it is not easy to dry when printing on paper with a dense surface.
    2. The better solution to the drying problem is prevention. Before printing, you need to communicate clearly with the ink supplier. The Flat Screen Printer ink supplier knows their products better than the printer. What kind of printed matter does the ink act on? For example, trademark nameplates, Printing on paper. Even different papers use different inks for printing. For example, the drying of ink on newsprint is completely different from the drying on a type of paper.
    3. The printing environment should control the pH value of the fountain solution in the range of 4.0 to 5.0. The higher the acidity (the lower the PH value), the slower the ink drying process.
    4. Mixing additional desiccant in the fountain solution can improve the drying performance of the ink.
    5. Use large particles of dust to help separate the printed paper, and allow more oxygen to enter and react with oil and resin.
    6. Let the supplier increase the strength of the ink, so that it can be printed with a thinner ink layer, which can be fixed and dried more easily.
    7. Because the temperature of Stenter or the paper may be too low and will delay the ink drying, pre-treat the paper before printing.
    8. When printing a large area of ​​solid land, use a varnish containing desiccant or a transparent size for overprinting.
    9. Use the recommended amount of desiccant for the ink being used. Too much desiccant will plasticize the ink so that it will not dry.