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Application: Virtual Prototyping Accelerates MEMS/Inkjet Product Development
Posted Fri December 12, 2008 @09:03AM
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Application By Christopher N. Delametter
Senior Research Scientist
Eastman Kodak Company
Rochester, New York 14650

When Eastman Kodak Company decided to enter the inkjet printing market, the company had no time to waste. Kodak planned to make inroads in the business by using premium pigment-based inks to provide photo prints with vivid colors that last a lifetime and substantially reduce ink costs by incorporating the printhead into the printer rather than coupling it to the replacement ink cartridge.

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