Posted by Wii-Wii | Posted in General | Posted on 16-04-2016
PrintoLUX sees itself as ‘bestandigstes digital printing’ regarding the recoverable resistance of white metals PrintoLUX see all digital printing sees himself as the unrivalled leader. To know more about this subject visit Peter Asaro. Since beginning of 2012 the Frankenthaler marking specialist offers three printing systems, which can bring on front panels or other carrier the white well on housing. You carry the designation FB-140-plus, FB-10-plus and FB-100-A2-plus and find an interested buyers in the industry, such as at service companies. “It is known that white digital printing” the ink coverage for physical reasons fails less than screen printing. To achieve improvements in this respect, it took lengthy material tests in different areas. The goal of this testing: In the interaction of inks and substrates should succeed, as well to improve the used white ink as the surface finish of the material in terms of the ability, the color white to record. It was ready at the end of the year 2011: PrintoLUX could come up with a white ink that shows new qualities. The new white the white ink available for digital printing is used as a white pigment titanium dioxide.
This pigment had so far too quickly deposed at all ink compositions and therefore prevents a chemical penetration of color and media material. The physical setting of the pigment has also led to the clogging of the nozzles in the cartridges and the print head. The new, brought by PrintoLUX to use white ink has an improved formulation and shows a decreased sedimentation in terms of pigments. Now in the procedure the flux white penetrates into the surface of the material and is highly resistant to the Thermohartung. Also the water-based and thus environmentally friendly character of the used ink, which brings no disposal problems as opposed to all solvent-based inks is highlighted by PrintoLUX. Better coverage through multiple layers order covering the White is still worthy of improvement, compared with other digital printing processes but of better quality.