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What are the electrostatic problems caused by gravure printing?

The manifestations of static electricity problems caused by gravure printing are as follows: 1. Beard. It is the ink that flies out of the edge of the printed pattern or text, in the shape of a whisker. 2. The markings of the solid printing part. It often appears at the depth of 5-20C, which is because the ink on the printed film is displaced by static electricity before it dries. 3. Edge exclusion. Appears when gravure overprints. The junction of the film of the first color ink and the post-printed ink does not fit well with the second color ink, resulting in repulsion, so that a white border that cannot be printed with ink appears between the two colors. More bag knowledge

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