Eliminating UV Light from Reflecting off Glass

The number-one way to kill a UV printer.

Light reflection is the number-one way to kill a UV printer. When printing on glass, you will always need to use jigs to eliminate the UV light from reflection back up into the print heads. Your jigs need to be non-reflective and 1-2 mm lower than the printed product. On glass and crystal that has the beveled edges, you need to tape the edges to keep UV light from being directed back into the print heads.  

-Steve Weist, PDS Equipment

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Steve Weist

PDS Equipment

Steve Weist is the CEO at PDS Equipment. Steve started as a service technician installing Heidelberg and Komori offset presses. He has brought that level of precision into the UV inkjet world. Steve now focuses his efforts in the flatbed UV market because he feels it is unlimited and is the future of print and decoration. He can be reached at 615-812-3001 or [email protected]

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