film transfer


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film transfer

The conversion of movie film to analog or digital video formats. See telecine.
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There is a narrow range of speed ratio where the film transfer is uniform and free of vortices.
In the case of the neat thermoset, the possibility of film transfer is lower than the thermoplastic since the thermoset is much harder than the thermoplastic.
This means that the pressure pulse toward the paper during the coating application process remains lower than in film transfer coating and especially in blade coating, and weaker base papers can be used.
But the cost of a kine (a tape to 35mm film transfer) runs around $700 per minute.
It features a 15-inch color thin film transfer active matrix LCD panel with XGA standard 1024 by 768 pixels.
These products are suited to a wide variety of application processes including screen- printing, film transfer, syringe-dispensing, stencil printing, pad printing, and pin transfer.
Kirkpatrick specializes in film transfer from VHS or slides and scrapbooking services.
"There is certainly some comlexity there," says Hoefer, "which provides consistent engagement of the film, film transfer, and film positioning.
We examined the benefits of using cationic starch at the size press on a paper machine equipped with a film transfer size press.
Tenders are invited for digital film transfer. there is an estimated 273,400 foot of 16mm film in this collection.
At Flexographic Technical Association's (FTA) 2016 Fall Conference, the agenda spotlights a session dedicated to exploring the many types of substrates used in flexographic printing and how their surfaces are enhanced to accept ink film transfer. The 75-minute session, titled, "Substrates & Beyond" focuses on everything from the unwind to the rewind, including coated treatments, corona treatment and web handling.