How Is Static Electricity Generated In Direct To Film Printer?

Direct To Film Printer is most afraid of static electricity. Static electricity is a static charge or a non-flowing charge (a flowing charge forms an electric current). Static electricity is formed when an electric charge gathers on an object or on a surface. Charge is divided into positive and negative charge, that is, the phenomenon of static electricity is divided into positive and negative static electricity. So how is static electricity generated? Today SUBLICOOLDTF printer manufacturers to explain in detail.

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1. Friction:

Any two objects of different materials will produce static electricity after contact.

2. Induction:

For conductive materials, as electrons can flow freely on their surface, if placed in an electric field, positive and negative electrons will be transferred due to homogeneous repulsion and anisotropic inhalation.

3. Conduction:

For conductive materials, charge transfer because electrons can flow freely on its surface, such as contact with charged objects.

SUBLICOOL digital to give three ways to prevent the generation of static electricity to everyone’s reference:

1. Control room temperature and humidity

In general, it is best to keep the transfer film printing machine printing environment in the range of 50% -75% relative humidity and 15 ° C -30 ° C or less, so that the static electricity on the print material is easier to transmit, will not affect the ink droplets on the nozzle of the DTF printer, to ensure the accuracy of printing. Printing place to do a good job of opening windows regularly to ensure good ventilation.

2.To the Direct To Film Printer ground wire

When burying the ground wire, first dig deep underground 1.5 deep. If the excavated soil is wet, it is best to use 0.6 square meters of copper wire tied to a piece of iron, with a whole line, no interface, and then buried deep, and then pour salt water.

Direct to film printer
Direct to film printer

3. Do not use too high viscosity DTF ink

Although the ink droplet weight is too large to reduce the impact of static electricity, but the viscosity is too large to give the DTF hot stamping machine nozzle crystals have a negative impact.

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