- Parts to be cleaned or inspected:
- Daily:Trash Ink Bottle Discharge (At Day Start) - Loss Station - Front Roller - Paper Desk & Ride - Front & Back Dance Tape - Capping Unit & Surroundings - Wiper (At Day's End) Work)
- WeeklyHead Base Screen - Device Exterior - Check PALL Filter Ink Level
- Monthly:Device Interface - Limiting Sensors - Capping Unit - Encoder Bar
- Every 6 months or less:vacuum filter replacement
- Parts to replace:
- Wiper head cleaner:every 6 months / worn
- Station stuffing sponge:Every 6 months / worn
- PALL Ink Filter:Every 6 months / chemical change or ink color
- Air Filter:Every 6 months / when the color approaches black (worn filter)
- Limiting sensor:when broken
Keep in mind that the following maintenance periods are basically suggestions, and mostly depend on how the unit is used and the type of raw materials used. If the unit is used continuously (eg 24 hours running), or heavy-duty paper, the user is advised to shorten the recommended maintenance periods.
- Ink Drain Bottle: It is recommended to drain and wash the bottle daily before using the printer. Gloves and safety goggles are required. Pour the ink into an appropriate waste ink container.
- Clogging Station:We strongly recommend using some distilled water to wash the sponge. Water will also help reduce ink mist at the head station. If spoilage begins, replace the sponge.
- Front roller bearings:We recommend that the machine operator clean the front roller with a soft, damp cloth daily before starting work and finishing work. Be careful not to scrape the roller.
- Print desk and paper guide:We recommend the operator to clean the print desk and guide every day after turning off the machine.
- Front and Rear Dance Tape:We recommend that the operator clean the front and rear dance tapes every day after turning off the device.
- Capping Unit and its Surroundings: We recommend that the user regularly clean the capping station and its surroundings from any ink traces.
- Wiper Cleaner:We recommend that the operator clean the wiper every day after turning off the device. Make sure that the dried inks are sprayed first and then wiped off as they may damage the wiper blade when drying the ink.
- every week:
- Head Base Plate:Clean the base of the head with a soft, damp cloth.
- Exterior of the device: Too much dust is very harmful to the printer and can seriously affect all electronics and heads. We recommend cleaning the accumulated dust with a piece of cloth.
- Check the ink level of the PALL filter: As shown in the image, check the ink level to be close to the red line.
- Every month:
- Device interior: It is highly recommended to clean the interior of the device due to the dustiness and the presence of colored particles in the workplace, as these contaminants are very harmful to the components of the device, including electronic components, and may cause damage. Do not turn off the power and power before cleaning the machine.
- Encoder Tape:Using a cloth dampened with distilled water, clean the encoder tape. Make sure the encoder tape is not scratched. Do not use alcohol for this action.
- Limiting Sensors: It is recommended to check the diode and diode receiver to be free of dust and ink droplets and to use compressed air to clean the air.
- Deep cleaning unit: It is important to ensure that the capping is always clean and damp to allow the head to sit properly so that the head can function properly.
!! !! When using the printer, make sure the environment is within the operating temperature and humidity range as described below .
Note: The desired results may not be achieved if the temperature and humidity are within the printer’s magnetic range but are not suitable for paper. Make sure the working conditions are well-suited to the paper. For more information, see the documentation provided by the paper manufacturer.
- Disposal of fine inks:
- Note: Note: Since the waste ink bottle does not have a warning system to warn the user that the bottle has reached the permitted level, we strongly recommend that you take care of the bottle every time Head Clean is given.
- .Never move the bottle when clean head because it will leak ink.
- .Have a piece of cloth to put under the hopper so that the ink drops don't fall into the bottle holder and the floor
- .Keep the waste ink bottle from the top. Then tilt slightly to remove it from the bottle holder
- .Pour the ink into a trash can
- .Carefully refill the waste ink bottle
- .Double check that the waste ink bottle is under the hopper to prevent the ink from spilling on the floor
- Caution:Keep the waste ink out of the reach of children
- .Wear protective gloves and gloves when replacing waste ink bottles.
- .Ink waste from printers is an industrial waste. Proper disposal of waste ink is required in accordance with your local government's industrial waste disposal laws.