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Old June 1st, 2011 Jun 1, 2011 2:09:30 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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I have a dtg hm1-kiosk and keep getting White ink problems. One question I have is when pulling White ink through the waste ink (image attached) which line should I pull through? Is it White for White ink? Probably sounds stupid!
 
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I have a dtg hm1-kiosk and keep getting White ink problems. One question I have is when pulling White ink through the waste ink (image attached) which line should I pull through? Is it White for White ink? Probably sounds stupid!


You would pull the white ink through the waste tube that looks white. If you move your printhead over and look down at the capping assembly you will see that there are two pads there. One sits under the CMYK nozzles and the other under the white nozzles. Each pad has a tube under it and both tubes, after going through the pump section. lead to the waste bottle.


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Cheers any tips on getting White ink to print properly?
 
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Cheers any tips on getting White ink to print properly?

There are many threads on the forum on this topic that you can search. The most important factor in white ink printing is applying and drying the pretreatment properly.


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