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    GMG FlexoProof WT with XG module

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    Quote Originally Posted by flexoman View Post
    the reason we laminate is, after printing, say transparent ink without white, the ink seems to be very matte, not transparent enough to see through the metallic proofing media, but after lamination, the ink seems to be merged with the media better and can see the effect of real transparent ink on metal substrate, but white fade out very soon, after few hour.

    we did not use machine, we use cold lamination by a hand nip roller.
    But do you need a glue or something similar to laminate? What kind, where can you buy it?

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    It is just a laminate with self adhesive, but I can tell you most of them are not working well, as it will discolor the white pigment in 4 hours

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    WT7900 Printing on Shrink media

    Quote Originally Posted by wenger View Post
    It is great for proofing. We use this printer to make proof for coffee packaging and shrink labels.

    For more information, please check [URL="http://www.texinlabel.com/service/printing-proof.html"]printing proof[/URL]

    Do you have any source for the shrink media you are using. Thanks

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    GMG or CGS Oris works perfectly with EpsonWT7900 but most concern is the transparent film and before you swich off the machine it best to flush out the white ink....so it quite expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarnaik View Post
    Do you have any source for the shrink media you are using. Thanks
    Only clear film at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonl8038 View Post
    GMG or CGS Oris works perfectly with EpsonWT7900 but most concern is the transparent film and before you swich off the machine it best to flush out the white ink....so it quite expensive
    We have film with lower price, 1/3 of clear film, are you interested?

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    epson wt 7900 can produce proofs on transparent and on metalised media. On transparent film effects are great, but on the metallized epson does not give any results. slow drying, about from 1 hour and much more to finished print proof. The best option is to print on transparent and then merged with metallized non printed foil. this is only proofer on world which can print white on it. This is new tehnology, and I think that will be in the near future with more manufacturers of proofers, like HP, Mimaki, Roland...

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