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The Study of the Affect Factors on the Color Fastness of Inkjet Printing Ink

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The color fastness is one of the most important performance indicators of the inkjet printing ink, and its level directly affects the quality of inkjet printing. Currently, color fixing problem of the inkjet printing is a major technical task of the development of inkjet printing technology. In order to get a kind of inkjet printing ink with good soaping color fastness and rubbing fastness, ink samples were prepared by using different types of fixing agent to study the effect of the kinds and content of the fixing agent on the soaping color fastness and rubbing fastness. By changing the baking conditions, the influences of baking time and baking temperature of fixing agent on the ink soaping color fastness and rubbing fastness were discussed. The results showed that: different types of fixing agent had the great impact on the soaping color fastness and rubbing fastness. The content of fixing agent had a certain effect on the ink soaping color fastness and rubbing fastness. It had a different baking temperature and time with different fixing agent, and the baking time and baking temperature directly affected the ink soaping color fastness and rubbing fastness.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-01-01

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