Japanese Google translate:
Hello. I use eternal laser dark (low temperature). When glued, dots are rarely generated. Since it does not occur at the printing stage, it may be due to the bonding process or the bonding itself. Has anyone had a similar phenomenon? Please have a solution.
Most likely defective batch of paper.Improved translation:
Hello. I'm using the FOREVER laser dark (low temperature) paper.
When the sheets are glued together, dark spots are some times generated.
As this is not happening at the printing stage, it is most likely caused by the bonding process or the adhesive itself.
Has anyone had a similar problems? Do you have a solution please?
Hmmm... I have an idea.次に、ドットが表示された場合は、運が悪かったと考える必要があります。
Thank you very much.Hmmm... I have an idea.
You could patch the black spots using a small piece or coating from the B sheet of the transfer paper.
Just place it over the black spot and use a heat gun to melt it.
Alternatively, you could make a paste using the the coating from a B sheet and distilled water. Then you can apply the paste with a small brush.