I am running static clear cling and the print is comming out very blotchie not crisp. I am using the new Roland Csc profile for static cling clear running in uni direction. I see banding also. Have…Continue
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"Give it a good cleaning. Make sure your heads are clean and don't miss the back of the heads I bend my swob and get behind there. Also make sure your sponge and wipers are clean and new. Wipers should not have a curve in them. Also make sure ur…"
"Thanks everyone for the help. They are being viewed from the outside. Tried white static cling but customer did not like the idea his dealers would have to use water to install. So now we are printing clear in reverse and then backing it up with…"
"ah, thanks Lucas.............I hadn't thought about a low-tac vinyl. That just may be a viable alternative.
I guess I'm concerned about the graphic on the clear substrate looking too 'washed out" so I was searching for something…"
"Have you tried any low tac vinyls? Personally I prefer them to static clings. They tend to look nicer when applied ( no air bubbles) and they don't cause the print quality issues that you can sometimes get with static like the little ink…"
"I have always had success with applying white static cling to the inside of windows. I have a 5 foot by 3 foot design in the front window of our shop right now. No need for flood coat or applying any other substrate to the back of the design!"
"I'm new here and still trying to sort out different substrates and different processes.
I'm a graphic artist/teacher by trade but I've been in the art production/screenprinting/professional embroidery business for more years than I…"
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