1) Crisis management: in case of power fluctuation or a sudden lockdown/ shutdown, the operator should know what steps must be taken to remove the print head. This will ensure the print head is safe. The machine operator must know about the daily tasks, they should be able to take a test print and file it in a proper manner and analyze the deterioration of the nozzles.

2) RIP (Full form)**: if the operator doesn’t know the RIP software the machine will Rest in peace. Knowing and understanding the RIP software which is supported by the machine is essential, choosing the profile as per the design will not only aid in getting the best results but also save ink and help attain "same results every time"

3) Cost-effective: An operator with experience starts to predict accurately ink consumption depending on a specific design, this forecast helps in maintaining ink stock and ensures there are no last-minute ink scares. The operator must be able to log data and maintain a record of it accurately.

4) Inventory Control: ” First in First out” for all the raw materials is the practice in the industry. This will ensure proper inventory management for the business.

5) Temperature and Humidity:  Daily Humidity and temperature must be conducted and recorded, these are essential parameters in ensuring the machine is running smoothly. It helps in increasing the life of the print head, avoids misting, and better ink absorption on paper.

6) Love for work: This is not a skill. But the machine that brings in money must be taken care of – this is simple logic. An operator who is technically inclined and is detail-oriented is preferable so any issue doesn't go past them.

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