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FB7500 Inks and substrates. By: Vadim Baliasny. Context. What are the printing substrates? Materials frequently used on signage market, their properties and applications. Materials leading brands. Media List for FB7500 Tips and tricks Recent and future R&D activities. Context.

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Fb7500 inks and substrates

FB7500 Inks and substrates

By: Vadim Baliasny


Context

Context

  • What are the printing substrates?

  • Materials frequently used on signage market, their properties and applications.

  • Materials leading brands.

  • Media List for FB7500

  • Tips and tricks

  • Recent and future R&D activities


Context1

Context

  • Knowledge about materials used by our customers.

  • Knowledge about customer applications and why they use a specific material for certain applications.

  • In the bottom line: better communication with customers, understanding their needs and problems.

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Media overview

Media Overview

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Tip and tricks

Tip and tricks

  • Media Porosity (vacuum marks effect)

  • Media Flexibility (loading problem)

  • Media Curvature (mostly carton)

  • Media Set Up

  • Min Speed (safety)

  • Media rising optical detectors


Fb7500 media list ink 6b

FB7500 Media List (ink 6B)


Limitations

Limitations

  • Corrugated cardboard: ink cracks after folding

  • Polypropylene: limited adhesion for high ink coverage in Signage print mode or faster

  • Polystyrene: limited adhesion for high ink coverage, ink chipping on edges after I-cutting

  • SAV: limited handling in ¾ automatic loading. Post-print folding causes cohesion and loss of adhesion (ink cracking)


Recent and future r d activities

Recent and future R&D activities

Ink ver. 6.5 – increased flexibility

Gen7 – increased adhesion to PP and Styrene and up to 200% elongation

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