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Printability of Different Epson Ink Jet Ink Sets Veronika Chovancova, Paul Howell, Paul D. Fleming III and Adam Rasmusson
 

Summary: Printability of Different Epson Ink Jet Ink Sets
Veronika Chovancova, Paul Howell, Paul D. Fleming III and Adam Rasmusson
Department of Paper Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Imaging
Center for Ink and Printability
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI, USA
Abstract
The development of high performance inkjet printers and
inks is advancing rapidly. Presently, manufacturers seem to
introduce their new technology inks to the market on an
almost daily basis. Chemists in the ink laboratories are still
fighting with the issue of combining the wide gamut of dye-
based inks and the lightfast and weather resistance qualities
of pigment-based inks into their new-age ink formulations.
Simply, the evolution cannot be stopped!
Three different inkjet printers and inks were
investigated in this work: the Epson StylusŪ
Pro 5000, using
a dye-based ink set, the Epson StylusŪ
Pro 5500, employing

  

Source: Abubakr, Said - Department of Paper Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Imaging, Western Michigan University

 

Collections: Engineering