Tools to Have on Hand for UV Printing

Rachel Tindal is the Senior Graphic Designer at LogoJET and has over 20 years of experience in the printing and graphics industry. Originally from Ontario, Canada, she has worked with small print shops and promotional product businesses ranging to large corporate marketing firms. She relocated to Rochester, NY in 2004 and has specialized in creating artwork for direct-to-substrate printing technology for the last 13 years.

Some basic tools to have on-hand include personal protective equipment, such as gloves; safety glasses; your favorite measuring tools; your notebook and pen for project observations; and a micro-fiber cloth for applying adhesion promoters. You will also want to have a UV cleaning solution, Q-tips, and paper towels. Having these supplies organized and accessible makes for a successful printing day.

—Rachel Tindal, LogoJET