Optimisation of Printer Calibration in the Case of Multi Density Inks
We extend the framework to describe printing with multi density inks using ink mixing. We show that ink mixing needs to be incorporated into the calibration. As a further refinement, we propose a technique we call multiple linearisation. It allows to achieve a predefined response with respect to more than one quantity, by exploiting the additional degrees of freedom offered by similarly coloured inks.
The techniques are illustrated with an example of a two ink calibration for which it is shown that multiple linearisation significantly improves visual uniformity.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2002
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