MAXIMIZE YOUR USE OF INKJET PRINTING TECHNOLOGY Professionalمنذ شهر - Multimedia - Biskra - 30 الآراء
What should you keep in mind when designing a project for inkjet printing? Take a look at these tips that can improve results on your next project.
High-speed digital inkjet printing technology opens new doors for designers – from building more personal connections with audiences to printing unique projects more cost-effectively. However, inkjet printing technology is not the same as offset printing or toner-based digital printing and requires some different design approaches.
If you’re new to using Inkjet Printer, follow these best practices to ensure your finished project looks as amazing as you envision it.
Keep an Open Mind — The guidelines for designing and printing an inkjet project are not the same as those recommended for offset printing, and the learning curve can be steeper than you might expect. The ink formulation is different, the machines might be unfamiliar, and you may need to use paper that has been treated to accept inkjet inks. Approach your first inkjet project with an open mind and a willingness to adjust your expectations.
A great resource to consider is “The Designer’s Guide to Inkjet” by Elizabeth Gooding and Mary Schilling, providing valuable insight to understanding the potential of inkjet printing technology.
The Thermal Transfer Overprinter can display and print Arabic characters, with font support from Windows TrueType. And it supports 19 languages, including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Turkish. The bidirectional ribbon drive recaptures unused ribbon after each print, maintaining a 1-mm gap between prints for the length of the ribbon. The 8.4-in SVGA and color touchscreen have icon-based controls. The job display features preview zoom to reduce operator error. The device can change between intermittent and continuous modes, in right or left-hand operation. Serial, Ethernet, and USB communications are standard. The controller can manage up to four printers.