- Volume 46 Issue 2
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Review : The Advanced Inkjet Printing Technology - UV curable Jet Ink -
총설 : 최신 잉크제트 인쇄기술 - UV 경화형 제트잉크 -
- Jeong, Kyoung Mo (Graduate School of Advanced Integration Science, Chiba University) ;
- Won, Jong Myung (Dept. of Paper Science & Engineering, College of Forest & Environmental Sciences, Kangwon National University) ;
- Lee, Yong Kyu (Dept. of Paper Science & Engineering, College of Forest & Environmental Sciences, Kangwon National University) ;
- Koseki, Ken'ichi (Graduate School of Advanced Integration Science, Chiba University)
- 정경모 (일본 찌바대 대학원 융합과학연구과) ;
- 원종명 (강원대학교 산림환경과학대학 제지공학과) ;
- 이용규 (강원대학교 산림환경과학대학 제지공학과) ;
- 코세키 켄이치 (일본 찌바대 대학원 융합과학연구과)
- Received : 2014.04.08
- Accepted : 2014.04.23
- Published : 2014.04.30
The aim of this reviews is to introduce the information concerning design of the UV-curable jet ink composition in order to provide a good adhesive property on non-porous surface. In order to clarify the viscosity dependence of flying speed for the UV curable jet ink, rheological analysis and observation of the flying state of the ink were carried out. The relationship between ink formulas and adhesive property on non-porous surface was investigated. It was examined the adhesive property of radical polymerization type UV curable jet ink included hydrogen abstraction type photo-initiator, it was expected that the strong adhesive strength can be obtained between the ink and non-porous surface in this study. UV curable jet ink with a slight amount of water was prepared. Optimum ratio of the cationic polymerization type UV curable jet ink shows an adequate adhesive strength towards two kinds of non-porous surface such as glass, poly(vinyl chloride) when tests were conducted on the ink jet-printing test machine.
UV-curable jet ink;radical polymerization;cationic polymerization;adhesion;non-porous surface
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