1998 Printers

Inkjet printing

Nozzles propel very tiny droplets of one thousand nanoliter liquid ink onto paper or other various substrates. The progression of these inks quality conservation has been substantial and it competes today with the traditional photographic processes.


Dye-sublimation printing

The wax, heated up to 200°C, passes from a solid state to a gas state (sublimation process) and then it solidified by cooling through the contact with the paper where it is projected. Translucent, the yellow, magenta and cyan wax will create the desired color for each point by mixing themselves together.

Fujifilm Fujix Dye-sublimation printer NC 300-D, 1998