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Experimental temperature compensation on drop-on-demand Inkjet printing

Abstract : The paper demonstrates the interest in using temperature compensation to stabilize drop-on-demand inkjet printing process. The influence of inkjet printing parameters on the droplet velocity and ejection stability is particularly discussed. Based on experimental results a relation between the printing parameters and kinetic property of drops is drawn. Adjusting the amplitude pulse applied to the dispenser head, the drop velocity is stable over a 15°C variation, where as it increases by 5 m/s without compensation and the print quality is so optimized
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Ludivine Fadel, Stéphanie Poirier, Sylvie Vinsonneau, Fabien Mesnilgrente, Pierre Temple-Boyer. Experimental temperature compensation on drop-on-demand Inkjet printing. Micro and Nanosystems, Bentham Science Publishers, 2010, 2 (2), pp.137-141. ⟨hal-00827605⟩

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