What are the effects of temperature on the inkjet printer? In particular, the working environment and indoor temperature of the inkjet printer have a certain impact on the inkjet printer.
When the temperature is reduced, the most common phenomenon is "false plugging" of the printhead, that is, individual printheads are "broken". Because for the same ink, if the temperature is reduced, the viscosity will increase, and if the viscosity is too high, it will be easy to appear "broken line" when printing at high speed.
Many inkjet printer users will think that the printhead is blocked, but once cleaned, it will be normal immediately. Soon, it will repeat itself. Some customers will think that it is the ink quality problem.
Secondly, the problem of ink absorption and drying. If the temperature is too low, it is not conducive to the ink absorption of the ink-jet medium coating, and is not conducive to the ink solvent volatilization. It causes the phenomenon of "piling up ink".