Publication
Title
Offset quality "short run colour printing" using a dry 4-colour bi-component electrophotographic process
Author
Abstract
In order to design quality consumables a definition of quality has to be given. In global terms, the consumables should interact with the process and the system to yield the required quality image, but also other qualifiers should be fulfilled: When image quality is high, no compromise on the other qualifiers is allowed in order to achieve said high image quality. In the case of Short Run Colour Printing (SRCP), complementing 'classical' Offset Printing at lower run lengths, the user should have a similar general quality feeling as he experiences with his classical technology. Therefore, design of quality consumables is more than optimizing classical materials. New design concepts and principles have to be implemented. The development of the Chromapress® consumables will be given as an illustration of the principles used in the design of quality consumables.
Language
English
Source (book)
Recent progress in toner technology / Marshall, George [edit.]
Publication
1997
ISBN
0-89208-203-8
Volume/pages
(1997), p. 112-116
ISI
A1995BF52Z00029
UAntwerpen
Faculty/Department
Publication type
Subject
External links
Web of Science
Record
Identification
Creation 26.09.2013
Last edited 21.03.2017