Ink drop motion in wide-format printers: II. Airflow investigation

@inproceedings{Link2009InkDM,
  title={Ink drop motion in wide-format printers: II. Airflow investigation},
  author={Nathalie Link and Shlomo I. Lampert and Roi Gurka and A. S. Liberzon and Gad Hetsroni and Raphael Semiat},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Quality ink jet printing is being used increasingly for many types of applications. This paper investigated the relative motion of the printing head, which induces airflow between the head and the printing media. This airflow may interfere with the ejected ink drops as they fly towards the media, resulting in printing inaccuracy. The airflow was investigated experimentally (particle image velocimetry, PIV). Since the crucial areas in the flow field were difficult to measure… CONTINUE READING

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