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The Important Roles of Inks and Media in the Light Fading Stability of Inkjet Prints

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The Important Roles of Inks and Media in the Light Fading Stability of Inkjet Prints
In the fine art field, the high-resolution inkjet printers made by IRIS Graphics, Inc. have for more than 7 years remained the preferred direct digital output device for printing large format color images. IRIS printers can produce precisely controlled, near-continuous-tone color images on a wide variety of substrates. IRIS prints can be made with almost every type of paper (including heavyweight artists' watercolor paper having a variety of surface textures), coated polyester or other plastic sheets, photographic-type papers, cloth, and most other materials that will accept water-based inks. Prints may be produced in sizes up to 34 x 46 inches and the printers lend themselves to small-to-moderate volume "print-ondemand" limited edition publishing. All of these factors have contributed to the appeal of IRIS printers among photographers and artists working with digitized photographic images in Adobe Photoshop, Live Picture, or other digital image processing programs, amo...
Henry Wilhelm, Mark H. McCormick-Goodhart
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where PICS
Authors Henry Wilhelm, Mark H. McCormick-Goodhart
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