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Spider legs

Posted on Fri, 11 Mar 2005 at 17:19



When I print using a pad printer I get spider legs on the substrate. What should I do??

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Anonymous says: It's caused by static electricity. The parts, (plastic I assume) will need to be treated or you can get an atomizer static air gun and spray the parts to eliminate it. God Bless You Don posted on: Sat, 03/12/2005 - 1:43pm
Anonymous says: Check your ink , if your ink is to stick, you gun have static electricity. if the part is plastic you have to verified this, check the ink to stick check the hunidity in you local under 40% is no good. check ...

Check your ink , if your ink is to stick, you gun have static electricity.

if the part is plastic you have to verified this,

check the ink to stick
check the hunidity in you local under 40% is no good.
check if is the pieces is to cold or to hot before print.

one on this list is your probleme.

good luck
Michel,

posted on: Wed, 03/23/2005 - 3:57pm

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