If you are able to print i cant see any problems with press varnish. Nitin youre post makes no sense, although if you mean you are printing more...
Add high metallic silver uv paste to your conventional silver ink
Yeah they do it for gold too. Your suppliers lab techs should let you know the limit you can add
No problem. As i use specialist inks on a daily basis i tend to think of them as the norm.
Its Uv ink two pack silver, (paste). Adding a small amount to your conventional inks can stop dullness and increase coverage with less applied....
Add some UV silver paste to your ink. Run less covers anything
Alter your packings then to get the same print length
Look for a secondhand Epson r2400. It can print 1.3mm with its straight through pass
I mean you might need more damp on the later colours. Dirty and yellowing white suggests your colours are scumming
If there is no signs of the white stripping from the substrate it sounds more like you wasnt using enough damp thus its tinting from the latter passes
Sounds to me you have a split in the roller. If you increase you damp does the line vanish?
Fined a manual or watch the service guy when he comes...
Yeah no need to put up a picture, I recognise the plate holes you refer to.
Basically all ive ever done is zero the three plate nuts (fully off...
Surely you have locating pins on the front plate clamp to take a similar punched plate as below?
If the creased sheets aint in the pile (damaged stock) then i'd look at something catching the sheet mid unit.
As the sheet Isnt printed...
Chrome is silver and shiney
Add some Uv gold paste in your mix
'framing' never heard the term? Is it missing coating or drying on coating?
yeah painfully slow...lol
Apply a strip of 50/60mm brown packaging tape along the front edge of the plate below your trim marks down over the front edge bend in the plate,...
Yep check your dampers then inkers. Also minimum damp and dont load the ink. If a low turn over run a tape on front plate edge if cuts off afterwards.