Important laminate recommendations:
As a direct result of the internal temperature changes when lightboxes are powered on and off (in use and ‘idle’), humidity levels can rise inside the lightbox. This humidity can condense into moisture, in turn, this can cause the backlit film itself to stick to the polycarbonte/glass sheets that are used as part of the lightbox construction and this can have the effect of ‘melting’ the print. To avoid the backlit film from sticking to polycarbonte/glass sheets, therefore, we would recommend that it should be overlaminated with IP 2810-101, IP 2810-200, IP 2820-100, IP 2820-200 or IP 2830-202 (depending on the specifics of the overlaminating requirement). The effect of this can, of course, also be replicated via the use of prints that have not been allowed to dry completely and this should, therefore, be avoided. In this respect, it is also important to ensure that the correct print profile is used to ensure that the ink load is relevant to the product and does not create drying issues or damage to the product’s top-coating.
For optimum quality, please ensure that the media feed adjustment has been completed for this material