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Rapid printing with good contrast ratios occurs when the magnetic mist hits the paper perpendicularly. However, only a small fraction of the mist has been utilized in the past.
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Channel For Printing With Magnetic Mist
Rapid printing with good contrast ratios occurs when the magnetic mist hits
the paper perpendicularly. However, only a small fraction of the mist has been
utilized in the past.
Repeated jetting of the same mist perpendicularly toward the paper in a
magnetic mist printer is obtained by this technology. This is accomplished by a
channel for printing with magnetic mist.
Two desirable features of a magnetic mist printer are high speed and good
light to dark contrast ratio. It was found heretofore that flowing the mist
perpendicularly toward the paper, as illustrated by Fig. 1, was the best
arrangement to obtain these beneficial features. However, only a limited fraction
of the magnetic mist is utilized upon each impingement onto the paper. The
remaining mist tends to disperse, requires collecting and renebulization.
This article suggests a specially designed channel to aim repeatedly the mist
flow at the paper (Fig. 2). In this way the same mist has several opportunities to
develope the magnetized regions. The channel illustrated in Fig. 2 has been
found to increase the printing speed about 400% without detracting from the light
to dark contrast ratio.
Several possible variations of the described channel exist. More than a single
section of channel can be used such as to direct several orifices repeatedly
toward the paper, as illustrated by Fig. 3. Another possible variation is to use
differently shaped baffles, such as flat pi...