dry ink

dry ink

[′drī ′iŋk]
(materials)
A finely powdered mixture of resin and pigment that is deposited to form an image in electrophotography.
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The Xerox Iridesse production press is the world's first and only digital press that can print metallic gold or silver dry ink, CMYK and clear or white dry ink in a single pass.
The Sarasa Gel retractable pens, featuring Rapid Dry Ink Technology, deliver a smooth writing experience and dry in less than a second which avoids smudging on paperwork.
The Xerox Iridesse Production Press is the only digital press that can print metallic gold or silver dry ink, CMYK and clear dry ink in a single pass, giving print providers an immediate competitive edge in the growing digital print enhancement market.
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Using Rapid Dry Ink (RDI) Technology, the ink dries in less than a second on most surfaces, so you can write, draw or color to your heart's content.
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Bureau of Censorship chemists learned from repeated tests that the putty-like material was a dry ink. Once discovered, its active ingredient was classified as a military secret.
It further stated that the delay in start of polling was also witnessed on some polling stations including Royal School, Aphwa Girls College, KDA School, and Maulana Altaf Hussain Hali School while dry ink pads were also used during polling at several polling stations, so that thumb impressions could not be verified clearly.
(38) The addition of BPG improved the dry rub resistance and did not improve the adhesion, so the cohesion forces in the dry ink layer are stronger than adhesion forces between the dry ink layer and the plastic film base, due the cross-hydrogen bonding of hydroxyl groups in the BPG molecule and the resin in printing ink.
He writes Arabic calligraphy with a hint of typical Chinese style in the form of using the dry ink to maintain the flying white effect, while the harp semi triangular, clear cut tips of his vertical letters are indications of the use of the reed pen.
Its key features include, faster print speeds: it completes jobs more than 40 times faster than comparable wide format systems (up to 4,520 square feet/420 square meters per hour), stationary print heads allow the paper to move under five print heads in one single pass, high vibrancy with instantly dry ink produce a variety of full-colour products, from tradeshow banners and presentation graphics to life-size photos and promotional displays, expansive specialty media range allow printers to offer customers more choices in wide format applications, with media such as banner fabric, photo gloss, satin and backlit/stoplight films.