Does resin scrambler has any long term affect on the printer due to the heat required?

Modified on Mon, 16 Aug, 2021 at 11:48 AM

Resin Scramble eliminates the personal data traceability on used ribbon panels and lowers
the risk of identity theft.
The Yellow, Magenta, Cyan and resin (K) panels are printed like normal. However, prior to
transfer, the film is reversed to the previously used film panel and the ribbon is rewound to the
beginning of resin (K) panel.
A white noise image is then printed on the resin (K) panel to the used film panel. The film and
ribbon are then backed up again. The white noise image is the printed again but it begins at a
different point of the film from the first pass.
The result is the ribbon has almost no resin left on it while the film has the scrambled image.
Only ribbons with the K panel have this option available in the driver.
So it just wastes on transfer panel for each resin scramble it has to do.

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