A die spotting press machine can be an excellent way to rapidly and cost effectively produce a number of full color art prints at the same time. It will give you the flexibility to produce multiple, high quality, full color images and designs in a short period of time. It is also able to produce one or two color photos and/or illustrations.
Die spotting presses are manufactured by a number of manufacturers such as Adamec, Becker, Dymotec, Ezy-print, Gileo, and MCF. In addition, there are a variety of quality die spotting press machines available that can be bought from a number of reputable web retailers of art supplies. Although there are some die spotting presses available that operate on compressed air, many machines use a rotary laminator which allows for the smooth movement of a part that uses air instead of compressed air. To further increase the longevity of your machine, it is important to regularly clean the parts in which it uses air.
It is important to check the dust cover of your die spotting press machine for dust. The dust cover may become clogged over time and will need to be cleaned regularly. Cleaning the dust cover of your die spotting press machine is also important because dust collects on it and can have a negative effect on the prints you produce.
It is also important to have the machine completely assembled before using it. When the machine is not completely assembled, it can pose a risk to anyone who is attempting to assemble the machine. Also, by assembling your machine, you will have a better idea of how much use it receives and you will be able to identify problems that may arise with the machine.
Prior to use, it is important to determine if the die spotting press machine is level. The machine should be set up on a table that is flat and level. In addition, it is important to ensure that there is a solid surface to work with in order to avoid potential damage to the machine.
Before beginning to use the machine, you will need to make sure that you have assembled the pulley and the belts. After you have assembled the pulley and belts, you will need to test the machine for vibration. Once you have confirmed that the machine is vibration free, you will be ready to begin your print production. If the vibrations are not acceptable, the machine will need to be taken out of production until the problem is resolved.
You will need to ensure that your hands are clean prior to using the machine. There are certain chemicals that are known to cause damage to the eyes when handled in an improper manner. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your hands are clean prior to using the machine.
Finally, you will need to turn on the machine. You can then start the machine by turning it on, while holding the cord that connects the machine to the cordless tools. The machine will then begin to produce fine lines and curving areas as it cuts the paper, while the cross-hatching is completed.