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What Is The White Ink Circulation System And White Ink Stirring System?

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Author : Edward
Update time : 2022-06-10 09:57:31


  In order to prevent the nozzle of the digital printer from being clogged., in addition to cleaning the ink circuit system of the printer according to scientific steps in a normal and timely manner, an automatic white ink stirring system + white ink circulation system should be added. This system can set the time according to the customer's needs, and automatically stirs it every few minutes to prevent the white ink from precipitation and solidification. The printing effect is clearer and the color fastness is more washable.
  All Po-try products are equipped with white ink circulation system


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