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Dye diffusion thermal transfer technology

Naomi Luft Cameron

Dye diffusion thermal transfer technology

by Naomi Luft Cameron

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Published by Datek Information Services in Newtonville, MA (P.O. Box 68, Newtonville 02160) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Photographic industry -- United States.,
    • Color photography -- Printing processes -- Dye transfer.,
    • Market surveys -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprincipal author, Naomi Luft Cameron ; editorial services, Michael O"Donnell, Chantale Shepard ; project direction, Jonathan W. Dower, Michael Zeis.
      ContributionsO"Donnell, Michael, 1968-, Shepard, Chantale.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9708.U62 C36 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 104 leaves :
      Number of Pages104
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2143834M
      LC Control Number88214295

      Thermal dye transfer system uses its own dedicated ink ribbon and receiver paper for photo printing. The ink ribbon is coated with three basic color dye ink (yellow, magenta & cyan) on a thin polyester film. Along with this ink ribbon, another dedicated resin-coated receiver . Molecularly doped polymers processed by dye-diffusion thermal transfer (D2T2) have wide applications in electronic imaging. For the sake of stability, it is usually desired that the host polymers have high glass-transition temperatures (T g), which however implies high processing temperatures. In this letter, we show that in an atmosphere of organic solvent vapor, effective dye-diffusion Cited by: 5.

      Chemicals > Imaging > Thermal Transfer Dyes Dye products for use in Thermal Transfer (D2T2) printing applications. For further details, please contact our Customer Satisfaction Team for assistance. Dye sublimation / resin thermal transfer printing is a unique process that creates various continuous tone colors within one individual dot or pixel of an image. Dye sublimation / resin thermal transfer printing achieves this through a diffusion process that melds colors together into a .

      This book has an unusual breadth and depth of coverage and will appeal to both commercial and academic minds. Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer (D2T2) Printing; Fountain Solutions; General Aspects of Organic Pigment Technology; Control of the Physical Character and Performance of Organic Pigments for Inks; The Recycling Generation; Current. Dye diffusion thermal transfer printer / Fast method for color matching and ink formulation / References / 14 Color Display Systems / Monitor characterization / Relationship between DAC and Luminance Y / Theoretical monitor model / .


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Dye diffusion thermal transfer technology by Naomi Luft Cameron Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dye diffusion thermal transfer (D2T2) printing has, in recent years, become recognised as the Non Impact Printing (NIP) process capable of producing images of near photographic quality 2 and, although the advent of electronic photography has been delayed for reasons referred to above, D2T2 has found major uses in security, medical, scientific Cited by: 2.

Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer (D 2 T 2) Printing Teslin substrate requires a coating to be a good receiver sheet for dye diffusion thermal transfer printing, a process that employs a set of ribbons coated with a dye that is transferred to a receiver by heat and pressure.

Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer (commercially known as: dye sublimation) Dye diffusion thermal transfer prints are billed as nearpho­ tographic in quality. A ribbon, carrying dye based colorants, and a sheet of chemically-coated paper, move in contact under a thermal printhead. The application of heat makes the col­ orant gaseous, which then.

The diffusion of large molecules is less well documented, but is important in printing processes where a dye diffuses into a substrate, as in the case of the Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer [D2T2] process (). : HiTi PL Wireless Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer Photo Printer, xdpi, Prints at 4x6" Capacity, sec at 6x8" Print Speed, USB Camera & Photo/5(3).

Home; Compare Processes; Guided Tour; Identification; Picture of the Week; Video Tutorials © Image Permanence Institute (IPI). Graphics Atlas is a web-based resource created by the Image Permanence Institute, a preservation research center focused on research and education initiatives that inform the preservation of cultural heritage Image Permanence Institute is a.

Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer (D2T2) technology uses a heat transfer process to distribute the yellow, magenta and cyan color dyes onto photo paper in a continuous tone.

Dye diffusion thermal transfer technology book is the only and best photo printing technology that can reproduce the most true color as your original photo resource/5(15). Dye diffusion print It was in that the American scientist Edwin H. Land developed the first instant picture camera, which he named the Polaroid Until the s, the images it produced were in black and white; it wasn't until that colour Polaroid films first appeared.

Other articles where Diffusion transfer is discussed: photocopying machine: of various techniques, notably the diffusion-transfer and dye-line processes, during the early s.

In the diffusion-transfer process a master copy is made on a translucent sheet, which is placed on light-sensitized negative paper and exposed to light. The negative is then placed in contact with a sheet of.

EPB1 - Dye diffusion thermal transfer printing - Google Patents Dye diffusion thermal transfer printing Download PDF Info Publication number dye alkyl formula sheet optionally substituted Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion.

Google has not performed a legal analysis Cited by: By the ’s, however, dye sublimation printers had been reduced enough in size to make 4x6 print devices commonly sold today. Dye sublimation printers (technically referred to as dye diffusion thermal transfer printing) use heat to transfer cyan, magenta, and yellow dyes from a plastic donor ribbon to the paper via a thermal printing head.

Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer. This technology involves the transfer of dye from a coated donor ribbon to a receiver sheet via sublimation and diffusion, separately or in combination. The amount of dye transferred is proportional to the amount of heat energy supplied; therefore, this is a continuous tone technology.

Introduction. This specification describes an invention relating to dye diffusion thermal transfer printing DDTTP or D2T2 printing, especially to a transfer sheet carrying a dye or a dye cure which has an improved print stability particularly with respect to light fastness, to a transfer printing process in which the dye or the dye mixture is transferred from the transfer sheet to a receiver.

Thermal-Dye Transfer Printers Thermal-dye transfer printers are often called dye-sublimation or dye-diffusion thermal-transfer printers. This system provides high quality and an environmentally safe method of transferring images to print and transparency materials without using chemicals (fig.

The photothermographic transfer (examples include the Fuji Pictrography) is a high-end, large-format device used in many photo labs to print snapshots. The process, a combination of photographic and thermal dye diffusion methods, involves exposing a sheet of. Dye Sublimation printing (also known as heat transfer printing or dye diffusion thermal transfer printing) is a method used for high-quality photographic output and as the technology and equipment used becomes more advanced and cost effective digi.

Fig. 5 Characteristic curves of Thermal Dye Transfer The degradation of an image-edge is often observed on printed images of the conventional thermal dye transfer printing, after the printed images have been kept in high temperature circumstances.

This phenomenon is based on the dye diffusion toward lateral direction in the dye receiving layer. As shown in Fig. 2, the receiver polymer was placed in direct contact with the dye-dispersed source polymer in order to permit the heat-transfer dye diffusion.A pressure of about 20 g/cm 2 was applied on top of the source plate to ensure intimate contact with the receiver film by the plate with windows.

Then, the photo-absorbing source substrate was irradiated with the nm beam, about 1 mm Cited by: 6. These dyes can be utilized as optical recordings, liquid-crystal displays and dye diffusion thermal transfer systems due to their potential for producing deep color properties with a small molecular size, 3., Naphtoquinone (a) and anthraquinone (b) analogues are shown in Fig.

Download: Download full-size image; Naphto- (a Cited by: 2. LESSON Color Clouds light, sound, electricity, chemical bonds, mechanical motion, and thermal energy. Thermal energyis the total energy of particles in a substance.

The transfer of thermal energy from an object at a higher temperature to an object at a lower temperature is known as heat. Thus, temperature, thermal energy, and heat are.

Laser Transfer Paper and Dye-Sublimation printing for product customization are two very different animals. Each has their own place in the ever-evolving world of .Thermal dye diffusion printing is a non-impact printing process that generates color prints that rival photographs in quality.

The process involves the transfer of dye from a color ribbon to a receiver under the influence of a thermal head. It is therefore a completely dry process totally under electronic by: 3.Dye-transfer printing shared many characteristics with lithography, in which an etched metal or stone surface was used to print a dye image or text onto paper.

For motion picture use, separate color records had to be imparted onto a blank 1,foot strip of gelatin-coated 35mm film.