English post is available under the Japanese post.


When the angle decreases, it’s natural for the ink output to increase. However, during setup, various adjustments are made to the printing pressure, either increasing or decreasing it. If the pressure causes the squeegee to bend, it can lead to excessive ink output, making it difficult to determine whether the angle or the pressure is the cause. Additionally, factors like squeegee speed and snap-off distance can make the situation even more complicated. Does anyone else experience this, or is it just me? (laughs) In such situations, it’s preferable to use a squeegee that is hard to bend. You’ll understand once you try it out.