Are you afraid of scratching after printing tiles on uv printer?
UV printers are afraid of scratching after printing tiles. There are a large number of users who fade with their hands after printing tiles with UV printers. This is why, today I will explain the reasons and solutions for tiles that are not scratch resistant.
I. Environmental factors:
The humidity in the factory area is too high, which will cause moisture on the surface of the material. After the ink is printed, it is not easy to dry completely and affect the print quality.
Second, the coating problem:
Different UV inks correspond to different coatings. Improper matching will cause poor pattern adhesion.
Third, the ink problem:
The UV ink itself has poor firmness, which results in poor adhesion when printing the pattern surface; the ink provided by the manufacturer does not work, and the cheaper the UV ink, the worse its quality, compatibility and adhesion.
Fourth, the power of LED lights:
The power of the LED lamp is insufficient, resulting in poor adhesion of the UV ink.
First, the industrial UV printer wipes the surface of the lower material with a non-woven cloth before printing the tiles to keep the room dry and ventilated. If necessary, an air conditioner can be added.
2. After contacting the manufacturer, replace with another more suitable coating.
Third, the ink adhesion is poor, try to choose the original, high-quality UV ink to ensure its quality. If the equipment manufacturer cannot solve this problem, contact other manufacturers.
Fourth, during the printing process, increase the power of the LED light to make it dry the UV ink faster and more thoroughly.
It is suggested that the tile after printing can be sprayed with a layer of varnish to make it waterproof, scratch-resistant and bright.
At present, a large number of tile background wall processes on the market require the following supporting equipment:
Lay the tiles through a laminator; (market price is about 3000)
2. Engraving uneven textures on the ceramic tile surface by laser engraving machine; (market price about 30,000)
3. Combine the sandblasting equipment to spray off the surface of the tiles and sandblast the pattern to form a three-dimensional effect; (market price between 60,000 to 80,000)
4. Make the picture into a vector illustration, import it to the computer, and print a color pattern on the tile surface of the UV printer; (market price between 90,000 and 200,000)
5. After printing the tile, apply a layer of varnish with a spray coating machine to achieve waterproof, high-brightness, and scratch-resistant effects; (market price between 12-15 thousand)