Interactions of a Single Ink-Jet Droplet with Textile Printing Surfaces
Abstract:We are conducting research to better understand ink/textile-media interactions. The interactions of a single ink jet droplet with well-characterized surfaces and with selected textile surfaces are being studied using two experimental setups. Droplet impingement on silicon wafers with well-characterized surface chemistry and roughness, and selected fabrics is being investigated. The initial droplet impingement data obtained lay a foundation for conducting further study on droplet impinge onto textiles, which should lead to a better understanding of the interaction of an individual droplet with textile printing surfaces
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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