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Print sharpness is a factor of immediate importance in inkjet printing due to the inherent risk of lateral spread of the low viscosity inks used. High print sharpness is a basic characteristic of high print quality.
Measurement of Print sharpness can be used to:
Quantify the print sharpness using high resolution images from a microscope or professional scanner.
The measurements are not restricted to a certain print form, instead any printed line or edge can be used for the analysis, for example part of a letter.
Two different properties are calculated:
Image analysis is used to calculate the raggedness and the blurriness on the measured lines and shapes.
Results delivered as an Excel file.
Measurement of Print sharpness – a combination of raggedness and blurriness
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Delivery within 3 weeks after receiving the printed samples
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The samples should by inkjet printed using black, magenta or cyan color or other quite dark color.
Also black on yellow color works (color on color).
The printed areas can consist of lines or squares. If lines are printed, it can be valuable to print the lines both vertical and horizontal to the print direction.