• The Guide to Digital Print Quality: Understanding, Evaluating, and Measuring

is a comprehensive and important aid for anyone involved in the fast-growing digital print market, including print buyers, graphic designers, printers, and suppliers. It explores the capabilities and requirements for achieving good, consistent print quality with all major digital printing processes. (2001, 200 pages) 

Takes the mystery out of the many factors that impact print quality on digital devices.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

* Print quality
* Traditional methods of printing
* Digital methods of printing
* Digital vs. traditional printing

Chapter 2: Digital Printing Technologies

* Electrophotography
o Laser Printing
o LED Printing
o Color laser and LED printing
* Ion Deposition and Electron Beam
* Magnetography
* Ink Jet
o Continuous ink jet
o Drop-On-Demand
* Thermal
o Direct thermal
o Thermal transfer
o Dye sublimation
* Electrostatic
* Other technologies
o Elcography
o Oc

Benefits of the Guide

Clarifies technical and market issues
Helps users and designers to enhance the appearance and quality of their documents
Assist buyers in making the right purchasing decision
Helps equipment and paper, ink, toner vendors educate and train their employees

Who Will Benefit?

* Manufacturing/reseller companies
o Printing systems
o Paper and other substrates
o Ink, toner, and other consumables
* End users
o MIS/Data centers
o Network specialists
o In-plants/reprographic centers
* Print providers
o Graphic arts professionals
o Commercial printers
o Outsourcing organizations
o Digital Service bureaus
* Educational organizations
* Industry trade associations

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The Guide to Digital Print Quality: Understanding, Evaluating, and Measuring

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