What Happens To Transfer Film Machine In Wet Conditions?

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Wherever you are in the world, there will be times of the year when you are exposed to humidity. This is something we cannot avoid. We all know that a transfer film machine requires a high level of temperature and humidity in the air. But we can’t shut down in wet weather. Can our transfer film machine still work properly in a humid environment?

Humid environments cause a range of problems for the DTF transfer film machine:

In a humid environment, DTF printers are still prone to many problems. For example, it can cause condensation on the motherboard, nozzles, etc., causing short circuits and even burnouts. In addition, it is difficult to dry the ink on the DTF printing printout in such an environment, making the efficiency of the work less effective, which is a major headache.

When the DTF printer is in a humid environment, it can easily affect the normal operation of the printing machine equipment and the quality of the printed images. If you print directly without noticing the effects of this change in the environment, you run the risk of fading, watering down, and a host of other problems. Most of the time, we mistakenly believe that this is due to ink problems. It presents a major obstacle to solving the problem and finding the exact cause.

In a humid environment, as long as these points are done properly, you can operate normally:

  1. In the workroom where the DTF transfer film machine is in, try to ensure that the room is dry. And close the doors and windows to stop the spread of outdoor moisture.

2. To maintain a suitably high indoor temperature, and then use a large fan to air dry the printed image screen.

3. Indoor moisture can use in dehumidifiers or air conditioning to suck away the moisture in the workroom.

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Important consumables’ preservation:

It is also important to keep the DTF printer consumables. As the DTF printer release film is mainly composed of the print film and the coating on the film, which can easily absorb moisture. When the material is damp, it can cause the ink to disperse when printing. Therefore, we should store the DTF transfer film in a dry place to avoid moisture deterioration.

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