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contact print

[′kän‚takt ‚print]
(graphic arts)
A photographic image produced by the exposure of a sensitized emulsion in direct contact with a negative or positive transparency.
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As fine-art photography collectors know, the prized, long-tonal scale palladium-platinum prints only can be produced by contact printing negatives, so print size is usually limited to camera film formats.
Unlike hot-foil coders and Touch Dry contact printing, the quality of print obtained using thermal transfer technology is always high and constant.
It is interesting, then, to consider what we here at Ink World hear when we contact printing segments for our Downstream features.
The company also performs aerial photographic processing, contact printing, digital scanning and digital post-processing.
The fabrication method employed is derived from a quantum-dot contact printing method originally developed at MIT.
Seth's work at QD Vision has driven several technological firsts including the manufacture of the first quantum dot display, significant advances to the contact printing process he invented at MIT, and achieving the highest reported performance from a quantum dot LED," said Mark Comerford, CEO of QD Vision.
This effectively eliminates mask cleaning in proximity printing and, even, in contact printing, making 1XFFL a cost-effective lithography solution for volume production of thick-resist applications, such as advanced packaging, MEMS and LED.