Comparison of Print Characteristics of Wide Format Photograde Ink Jet Papers
Abstract:Ink jet technology is used very often for indoor poster applications. Many different printing systems based on thermal or piezo ink jet printing are used, mostly with dye-based ink sets. A big variety of ink jet media is offered. It is often claimed that these media are universal for all combinations of inks and printers (thermal and piezo ink jet).
In this paper is presented a study of commercial photograde papers for wide format (WF) poster printing on 4 typical WF printers (2 thermal and 2 piezo ink jet printers). These media claim to be universal, i.e. they deliver photograde quality on both thermal and piezo ink jet printers.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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