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Intricate tiled print not lining up

#1 Ben_Smith_2200 2 months ago

Hey Everyone,

We are trying to print a VERY intricate (Aboriginal Artwork) tiled (2 tiles) print to Arlon DPF 4500, laminate and then mount them to ACM and the prints not lining up. We have tried turning the printer curing temperature down as low as possible (85°). We have laminated the prints on the lowest heat possible to avoid silvering and they still do not line up. It is almost 10mm of stretch on one of the tiles (see images attached)

We are attempting to print them now with the output tension as low as possible and only printing 1 tile at a time, but we would love any advice on this issue.

Thank you in advance

#2 AlexGan 3 weeks ago

Remember to document the settings you use during each test to help identify the most effective combination. The goal is to find a balance that minimizes stretching and misalignment for your specific printing setup and materials.

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#3 paulhenge4118121 a day ago

Colorful design, choosing high quality printing mode on good materials will produce a satisfactory product. Need to install a suitable bad ice cream printer.

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#4 alishakihnh18125 a day ago

Imagine a kid playing this masterpiece back in late 80s and early 90s. This game's volume is incredibly large considering it was first released in 1985. Many of the young souls at that time werent even able to complete half of the stages. To them, Super Mario was the first never-ending wonderland that they explored.

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