Study of a D2T2 Printing for High-Speed Print
Abstract:We studied a D2T2 print featured high speed print. The head used was optimized and it is necessary to have optimized the head drive to speed it up. Optimizing head structure and optimizing head energy control was indispensable for high-speed print. In a high-speed print, the problem of Kogation on the surface of the head occurred. The counter measure was necessary. These problems were solved, and a high-speed print of 2ips-3ips was able to be achieved with the D2T2 print.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2004-01-01
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