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Old October 12th, 2015 Oct 12, 2015 11:14:02 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Flashing after paradigm print

Hello,

We have a Paradigm II. We are trying to flash the paradigm ink and then drop in another screen printed color after. Our M+R Cayenne flash is hitting 240 degrees and the Kornit ink is still tacky/wet. Is there a better flash to be using? Infrared? Any ideas on what else we could do to make this easier? It was certainly sold as this being an easy thing to do. It is not.

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Is there anybody out there??
 
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Default Re: Flashing after paradigm print

Hi there,
I do not know your kornit,
But the ink is thick and it is water based,
Therefore try to use hair fun see if it is help if yes you need to check for air boosted flash,
Hope i helped you
 
 
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Default Re: Flashing after paradigm print

Are you happy with the print quality of the Paradigm? I have heard very mixed reviews. Thanks
 
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Thumbs down Kornit Paradigm II Issues

The company I work for has also recently got a Kornit Paradigm II, it seems I am having the same issues as everyone else I've been reading in these forums; curing time/wash out/overall quality. I don't see what all the rage is about, "If-y" on the sharpness of the print, especially things with smaller text :-( - M.M
 
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Default Re: Flashing after paradigm print

We are currently having fairly good luck with our Paradigm 2. I would not recommend this machine for a company that doesn't have an EXTREMELY skilled art department as well as an operator with a VERY solid head on their shoulders. The Paradigm 2 has taken months for us to get up and running even with these both in place. Kornit tech support has been great. I cannot say the same for the sales team. What we were sold is not what we got. Though we're making it work.
 






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