Experimental Study on the Optical Phenomena on the Surface of Inkjet Photo Papers
Abstract:Inkjet printing is digital technology that has achieved an acceptable level of color quality with a reasonable price for commercial large format and desktop small format print for home or office users. As a result, there is a demand for inkjet media with high gloss finishes in order to obtain vivid images for inkjet printing. Although color reproduction is one of the most important qualities for inkjet printing and inkjet media, metallic shiny appearance, ‘Bronzing’, that brings poor image qualities, is occurred occasionally but unexpectedly. In this study, phenomena of the bronzing with dye based ink were investigated to reveal its mechanism in terms of using various approaches.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2010
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