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Effect of Dampening Component on Printed Quality of Textbook in lithography printing
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Effect of Dampening Component on Printed Quality of Textbook in lithography printing
Koo, Chul-Whoi; Sim, Woo-Seok; Ha, Young Baeck;
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 Abstract
Dampening in printing is not only used with plain water but also used with various substances like dampening additive, in order to improve the wetting property by lowering the surface tension and to control material for modifing the ink transfer characteristic with proper emulsification. We have studied the printing quality according to these, looking into interrelationship among the dampening solution's pH, electrical conductivity and IPA content, prescribing the proper usage and minimum usage of fountain solution and dampening additive. In this study, it shows good result when mixing at the 7 wt% dampening with additive solution, which is result from the color density of printed sheets in accordance with the change of dampening solution condition. And the printed density value calculated 1 hour after printing, it shows relatively safe value at the etch liquid 4 wt% and IPA addition 2 wt%. The dry down at this test showed similar results regardless of various dampening conditions on coated paper, but in case of uncoated paper, the dry down showed a quite gap of different due to the fast penetration to the paper.
 Keywords
Dampening solution;eulsification;etch liquid;IPA;conductivity;dry down;
 Language
Korean
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