What should We do if the printing paper affects the printing quality?
In order to better improve the printing function, I believe that many people will focus on the adjustment of the printer, but fewer people will focus on the less conspicuous printing paper. Therefore, the following editor deliberately starts from the application and placement of A4 printing paper, to suggest some operating skills for everyone to improve the printing effect!
1. Deal with boring problems and improve paper feeding efficiency:
Assuming that the paper has a dry problem, the printer is particularly prone to common faults such as paper feeding during work, which affects the high efficiency of printing and even affects the printing effect. In order to better improve the efficiency of paper feeding and improve the printing effect, we should choose the correct method to deal with the dryness of the paper. When the surface of the paper is too dry, we can try to put the printing paper in a cool and humid environment for a short time, and then put it into the paper feeding system of the printer.
2. Deal with adhesion problems and avoid paper jams:
In addition to moisture, the printing paper may stick to each other. After the paper is placed in the carton for a long time and kneaded under the action of external force, it is also prone to sticking. In order to better avoid the occurrence of paper jams, we must find a way to spread the sticky paper, so that the printer will basically not easily cause paper jams when feeding paper.
3. Deal with thin and thick phenomena and avoid feeding paper at the same time:
In general, the weight of each piece of printing paper should be between 60 grams and 105 grams. Assuming that the weight of the paper is not within this range, the paper is generally either too thick or too thin. When too thick printing paper is put into the paper feed slot, it can easily cause a paper jam in the printer and severely reduce the printing effect. If it is severe, it may also cause mechanical damage to the printer's paper transmission system; if the printing paper is too thin, the printer's paper feeding system may sometimes not be able to wind the paper normally, and sometimes multiple sheets of copy paper will be fed at the same time. Involved.