Problems and solutions of the most popular UV glas

2022-10-03
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Problems and solutions of UV glass ink for silk printing

1. There are bubbles in the printed matter after glass printing

additives and mismatched diluents cannot be added to UV glass ink casually. If this phenomenon occurs during normal use, please contact the manufacturer to help solve it

2. When printing glass, the viscosity of the substrate is too high. Please add a suitable diluent

increase the distance between printed matter and edition

3. After the glass is cured, the printed matter becomes sticky or does not cure

check whether it causes circuit problems

extend the curing time

increase the power of the lamp

4. The adhesion of the ink film after glass curing is insufficient

choose the ink that should be suitable for printing

whether the substrate surface needs to be treated

5. The ink film is brittle after glass curing

whether the ink film is too thick

researchers at the Singapore University of technology and design (sutd) have developed an ink for reprocessable thermosetting 3D printing materials (3dprts)

6. There are polyurethane materials in glass prints, which will increase the pattern defects in the consumption of cars.

the glass fiber should be cleaned thoroughly to prevent light curing due to long downtime

check whether the production of the version is defective

7. Insufficient or excessive ink film coverage

adjust the angle of the scraper and the pressure on the plate

replace the scraper with appropriate hardness

8. The lines are blurred when small words or fine patterns are printed on glass

replace the scraper with appropriate hardness

9. There are glass wrinkles

add appropriate diluent to reduce viscosity

10. Too much diluent is added and the viscosity is too small

inappropriate

note: in addition to the above problems, there are also some same problems as glass coatings, such as curing problems, adhesion problems, bubble problems, etc. The solution refers to the solution of glass coating products

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