Streaks and Banding: Measuring Macro Uniformity in the Context of Optimization Processes for Inkjet Printing

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Document ID: 
190109
Author(s): 
Daniel Hall
Year: 
2019
Pages: 
15

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$15.00
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$30.00

Abstract

Directional printing artifacts like streaks and banding are commonly encountered problems in digital printing systems. For example, inkjet systems may produce characteristic density variations due to inconsistencies between printheads or intra-printhead variations between nozzles. When these variations have a high spatial frequency they can be characterized as causing 'streaking' in the direction of print, where the variations have a low spatial frequency this can cause the appearance of 'banding.'

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