Image Quality of Inkjet Printing on Polyester Woven Fabrics
Abstract:This paper is concerned with image quality of lines inkjet printed on polyester woven fabric. Lines (ideal width of 0.1 mm) running in the warp and weft directions were inkjet printed onto different fabrics, and print quality (line width, edge blurriness, edge raggedness) was assessed. The effects of printing direction, weave structure, and finishing on line image quality are discussed.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2005
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