What’s the principle of uv printer and how dose uv ink works on uv pritners? The ink we are talking about is UV ink. I can’t see the light because he is UV-cured. So his ink cartridges are also black. The principle of the UV flatbed printer is actually the principle of inkjet.
The UV ink is directly sprayed onto the panel through the nozzle. Cured by LED lights. Just hit it. More convenient. The unevenness is the relief effect. Because the UV ink is a hard ink, the intensity of the relief effect can also be adjusted. Weak solvent inks can’t be bumpy.
UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultra-violet lights to dry or cure ink as it is printed. As the printer distributes ink on the surface of a material (called a “substrate”), specially designed UV lights follow close behind, curing – or drying – the ink instantly.
The principle of UV printer is not difficult, but in practical application, from ink and print head to processing, there are high technical requirements. Here are a few aspects:
- UV of uv printer means Ultraviolet (uv).
- UV printer uses special uv ink, which is sensitive to ultraviolet light and quickly solidified after absorption.
- The head printer of the uv printer is piezoelectric principle and what is piezoelectric? It is the process by which the semiconductor transforms the external pressure. The most common one is the lighter. The one that hit the fire is the voltage of the electric appliance, which can produce a spark that can produce hundreds of volts.
- The uv printer can be used for almost any material, ceramics, glass, plastic, stainless steel, leather, cloth.
- To judge whether a uv printer is good or not is the processing technology, such as making wood very well, but stainless steel and glass are not easy. How to make sure that printing is not discoloring, not peeling, wear-resistant and scratch-resistant, which requires some coating material to be printed to do secondary treatment of the printed material. Different processes have different effects.