Using NAGASEP for ink degassing

In an inkjet printer, ink is ejected onto paper from the tip of a thin nozzle called an ink head to print.

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mechanism of ink degassing

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In an inkjet printer, ink is ejected onto paper from the tip of a thin nozzle called an ink head to print. At this time, if gas is dissolved in the ink, it will become bubbles and cause print misalignment or nozzle clogging during ejection. These problems can be prevented by degassing the ink before printing using NAGASEP, so that the print finish will be beautiful.

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