New Thermal Dye Transfer Media for Digital Photo Usage
Higher sensitivity of the dye transfer ribbon has been accomplished by increasing the dye transfer ratio, not by the increase of the amount of dye. Moreover, further improvement of heat resistant layer of the transfer film and travel stability of the ink ribbon as well as smaller amount of abrasion of the thermal head protection layer have contributed to enhance the system's maintenance free feature. Thus, by our efforts of getting better glossiness of print and also better color reproduction of neutral black, we have succeeded in developing a new thermal dye transfer media having a higher photo quality.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2004-01-01
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