Inkjet print quality on model paper coating
Laboratory paper coatings of simple composition, comprising only a single spherical plastic pigment and binder type, were analysed in terms of water-based inkjet print quality. Optical density and gamut of dye colours decreased with increasing pigment size, and followed the binder hierarchy from polyvinyl alcohol (best) to carboxymethyl cellulose to styrene-butadiene latex (worst). For the larger pigment size, density and gamut also decreased with decreasing binder content and increasing coat...[Show more]
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