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more >>RIP Software function on UV flatbed printer


RIP software is often be applied to flatbed UV printers. Some of us probably are unfamiliar with it and have no idea about its functions. Here DACEN want to explain it here:   RIP is one of professional software for colors configurations. It has many practical functions. Firstly, it supports the output of white ink for flatbed UV printers and covers the shortcomings of traditional printers which can only print onto light color materials. Secondly , its color separation capability. RIP can take full control of all ink channels of flatbed UV printer. For example, we can set the print color as 0% Cyan, 100% Magenta, 0% Yellow, 0% Key Plate, 0% Light Magenta and 0% Light Cyan. That means normally 100% Magenta ink printing and the jetted ink volume of other five ink colors (Cyan, Yellow,

more >> What is RIP software, do I really need one?


If you just want to send data to your printer, you can use the driver that came with it. But, if you want to get the quality out of the printer you were hoping for when you bought it, you need a real RIP. A RIP will quickly pay for itself in time and media savings. Help you answer the question: “Do I need a RIP?”    What is a RIP? RIP stands for Raster Image Processor. A RIP program is similar to the print driver included with your printer, but with much more control (and features). A RIP is designed to handle many files, file types, and file sizes without limiting your print capabilities. A RIP efficiently processes your files faster and more consistently, resulting in faster print times and less waiting. Have you ever tried to run a large image where the file size was mor

more >>Will inkjet take the place of industrial screen printing?


The future of screen printing is moving toward digitalization with greater speed, quality and efficiency every day and there is a strong interest in industrial print innovation. So is inkjet printing, as a technology, a true threat to the dominance of screen printing in the industrial process? I set out to investigate … Having followed this discussion on a blog, it would seem that many digital printing companies regularly get work that previously went to screen printers. The speed and cost of production for digital printing is being reduced constantly and the digital quality is also a key selling point to customers. Yet screen printing does have a place in the commercial print market. Screen printing is still viable for long runs or to hit specific spot colours. Here’s a breakdown of t

more >>Solvent Inkjet Printer or UV Inkjet Printer? Comparison of Benefits


Ink cups Now offers two lines of inkjet printers: UV inkjet printers and solvent inkjet printers. The line of UV inkjets includes XJET UV LED inkjet expressly designed for industrial printing. The line of solvent inkjets includes EdiJet edible inkjet printer. For multicolor and tight registration printing on flat and non-uniform items, inkjet printers are proving to be a great alternative to pad printing or screen printing. But which type of inkjet printer is right for your business? - Here is a comparison of benefits of these types of inkjet printers to help you decide: Solvent Inkjet Printers UV Inkjet Printers SPEED:   Significantly higher printing speeds MAINTENANCE AND INDUSTRIAL USE: More maintenance is required. Solvent

more >>Comparison between UV digital and silkscreen printing


Q: Does digital printing fade faster than silkscreen A:The digital printing inks used are as resistant to UV light as are those of silkscreen. Both color systems work with pigments and achieve a value of 7-8 on the Blue Wool Scale. The durability of the two inks is thus comparable. Inkjet ink will not fade or bleach faster than silkscreen ink. Q: Can the UV flatbed printer print special text fonts and type? A: Even at point sizes of less than 6 pt (1.5 mm) the digital printer can still print details like serifs which in silkscreen and good quality can only be achieved with great effort. A variety of fonts are available. Special fonts can be obtained on request. The costs of this will be passed to the customer. A point size of only 5 pt is possible with silkscreen printing. The sma

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