I'm new to printing with this technology, so please bare with me...
I'm hoping to print/cut 0.25mm and possibly 0.5mm 'High Impact Polystyrene' and/or PVC.
I'm confident the eco-sol ink will be fine on this material...unless I missed something?
I'm mainly wondering if I'll be able to cut the material. Looking at the BN-20 Spec, I note:
That reads to me I'll be fine cutting up to 0.4mm, but I'm not sure exactly what the liner is, and if I'll need it on HIPS/PVC?http://www.rolanddg.co.uk/products/prin ... n-20?tab=2
Maximum 1.0 mm (39 mil) with liner, for printing
Maximum 0.4 mm (16mil) with liner and 0.22 mm (9mil) without liner, for cutting
What exactly is a liner, and have I understood this correctly?
Thanks for any advice you can share