Study on the Influence of Coated Paper's Performance on the Printing Quality of HP Indigo Digital Printer
Abstract:In order to improve printing quality, the relationships between paper's performance and the quality of digital printing are studied; coated papers with different grams and manufacturers are chosen, the smoothness, roughness, tightness, K&N value and gloss of the paper respectively are tested. Printing proofs by the HP indigo 1050 digital printer, solid density and dot gain of the printing proofs are tested. Mathematical processing method of statistics regression analysis is used for analyzing the relationships between paper's performance and the quality of digital printing. The results show that the influence of tightness and K&N value to the quality of digital printing is the most remarkable, while the influence of roughness is relatively remarkable.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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