Development of Low-power Thermal Printing Technology
Abstract:We examined a power saving on thermal printing. We looked into thermal head structure, energizing condition and medium structure suitable for power saving. The numerical analysis by the finite element method was applied to the examination. In order to confirm the parameters influence, contribution rate of each parameter was examined by optimization tool based on experimental design. We have achieved power saving by this examination.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2006-01-01
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